Many Christian publishers and content providers have discounted or made their services free to help families and churches continue to deepen their faith while staying at home.
As cases of COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by a novel coronavirus first recognized in Wuhan, China in December 2019, grow in North America, ongoing news is expected from the Christian Reformed Church's congregations and ministries. These are stories connected to the virus, disease, and public health response.
After the premier of Ontario and the governor of Michigan issued stronger ‘stay at home’ orders March 23, the offices of the Christian Reformed Church in North America have been closed.
The Christian Reformed Church’s Council of Delegates will meet by video conferencing in May.
Security monitoring teams for both domestic and international staff of the Christian Reformed Church in North America have issued guidelines and restrictions to be in effect until May 31.
Christian Reformed congregations are following guidelines for gatherings and beginning to seek ways to maintain ministry while not meeting face to face.