So there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel. Perhaps you've been vaccinated; maybe many of your friends have finished their second shots too. You exhale long and slow, thinking that COVID doesn't seem to pose the same level of threat that you felt pre-vaccine.
Now what? Perhaps you're loosening up--maybe even heading into the grocery store during a less-busy time to do some of your own shopping. Maybe you've had dinner at your house with a few family members who have also completed their vaccinations and, increasingly, life is starting to look more normal. But now the question occurs to you, "What about church?"
The building is re-opening slowly and in a graduated way. How will you know whether you're ready to return, when you'll be ready to return? Many people report that resuming some of the activities that were a part of their pre-COVID lives creates unease, some even report real distress.
If you'd appreciate the chance to talk through the mishmash of feelings that may be popping up as life begins to change, Lay Pastoral Care Team Members want to listen and help you work through what is best for you. Call us: 402-405-6725 or send an email to email@example.com.
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