COVID-19 Community Level (via CDC)

Parishes by County

Current COVID-19 Protocols for Gathering

Gathering Protocols Update, March 9, 2022

Gathering Protocols Update, May 20, 2021

Return to Indoor Gathering, March 18, 2021

Update from the Standing Committee, Diocesan Council and Bishop Kevin, March 4, 2021

We have compiled a list of resources under various topics to help you during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you would like to get in touch with someone in the diocesan office, you can visit our staff page.



Every parish in the diocese is eligible to receive a Zoom account at no cost. Any clergy serving a parish or, Senior Warden where there is no clergy, may email the Diocesan Office to request an account.


The web page diobeth/how has many tutorials, including how to utilize Zoom for livestream worship services and small-group gatherings


View this webinar to learn how set your church up to use for online giving.


St. Luke’s, Lebanon

St. Luke’s in Lebanon has created videos, lessons, and activities for children. Access the resources here.

Illustrated Ministry

Illustrated Ministry’s website, has tons of illustrated resources for faith formation for children.

St. Gabe’s Kids Rock

Join the Facebook group, St. Gabe’s Kids Rock. Every day there will be fun activities, helpful resources, and kid-friendly prayers posted. You can request access to the group here.

Mental Health

The Union of Black Episcopalians, through its mental health task force, is offering resources and support to the entire Episcopal Church community, as anxiety and tensions continue to rise after another killing June 12 of a black man by a white police officer.

The Centers for Disease Control has compiled tips and resources to help people cope with stress during the coronavirus pandemic.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness has created a COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide.

The Employee Assistance Program offered to clergy and lay members of CPGs medical plans provides immediate help, referrals and resources to help address your emotional, physical, family, and legal needs.

Episcopal Relief and Development has created Self-care for Church Leaders During COVID-19 to help church leaders cope with stress.

Physical Health

Fitness Blender offers free at-home workout videos that can be tailored to your needs. Always check with your doctor before you begin a new workout regimen.

Addiction & Recovery

Virtual AA meetings are available on the e-AA website.