Being the Beloved Community 

March 17, 2020

Our “community is our anchor”, and the way we will all get through this strange, scary and overwhelming experience of COVID-19. The article below is from our own Public Health-Seattle and King County. With the massive amount of information we have been receiving from multiple sources, I felt this article was one that provided real hope and encouragement for being the community we are called to be. I couldn’t have written it any better.

Plymouth Church, we can be that beloved community to each other, our family and friends. We will all get through this together. As the article ends, “Let’s always be asking, “What does love look like”? And then do that.”

Click here to read article.

-June Hayakawa-Fung, Faith Community Nurse

Topics: Church Life



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