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Links to advice and support during the Covid-19 pandemic
The Churches of Birmingham and Solihull are each and all providing advice and support during the Covid-19 pandemic.
To access the list of Roman Catholic parishes streaming online services, plus other helpful resources, visit the Archdiocese of Birmingham’s website page HERE.
For information from the Catholic Bishops Conference of England and Wales, click HERE.
A comprehensive booklet helping Catholic parishes in the use of social media, digital ministry, online youth work and financial resourcing, follow THIS LINK.
The Church of England’s Birmingham Diocese has a helpful page with links to many resources HERE.
The Church of England’s portal to numerous resources can be found HERE.
Guidance for parish churches is detailed at THIS PAGE.
The Birmingham Circuit of the Methodist Church has a webpage which features links to resources for Methodism locally, covering such topics as young people and safeguarding, HERE.
The circuit’s weekly joint online service, which begins at 10.30am each Sunday morning, can be accessed via THIS LINK.
Information from the Methodist Church of Great Britain is to be found HERE.
The Baptist Union’s advice concerning Covid-19 is available HERE. The Baptist Union broadcasts a prayer meeting every Wednesday and Sunday at 7.00pm via YouTube.
The United Reformed Church‘s access to advice and resources is to be found HERE.
Advice for Quaker meetings is HERE.
The Redeemed Christian Church of God have published information at THIS WEBPAGE.
The Salvation Army points to the people who are hardest hit in our communities HERE.
In addition to the guidance offered by Birmingham’s Churches:
NHS Covid-19 information can be found HERE.
The Government’s webpage is HERE.
The West Midlands Combined Authority offers support via THIS LINK.
Birmingham City Council‘s guidance and advice is accessible HERE.
Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council highlights the increased risk of domestic abuse during the pandemic HERE.
Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council’s ‘here to help’ pages have been updated with new information and links on the Shielding programme, Help with Food, Money Advice, How to Stay Well, How to Stay Safe, and How to Volunteer Safely at THIS PAGE.