Tell us: How has the coronavirus changed your community and ministries?

This article appears in the Coronavirus feature series. View the full series.

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Boxes of N95 masks at an emergency coronavirus command center March 17 in New Rochelle, New York (CNS / Reuters / Mike Segar)
Boxes of N95 masks at an emergency coronavirus command center March 17 in New Rochelle, New York (CNS / Reuters / Mike Segar)

The COVID-19 pandemic upended sisters' ministries, requiring strict policies to protect the most vulnerable, forcing cancellations of congregational and regional gatherings, and changing prayer practices, fellowship, dining and funeral services. It has also made sisters consider how to keep a sense of community in a time of social distancing, stay-at-home orders and quarantines. 

Global Sisters Report would like to hear from you about how your local community and/or congregation at large are finding creative ways to continue your ministries or connect with one another in these uncertain times. If you have an experience to share, please use the confidential form below. We may use your response in an upcoming piece on GSR. Thank you.