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Trauma Care After Covid (Webinar)

How can we care well for people in our churches who have experienced trauma during the pandemic?

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FIEC National Director John Stevens was joined for this webinar by Catherine Haddow, a Chartered Psychologist and part-time Women's Worker at North Bradley Baptist Church, to think about how church leaders can care best for those in their churches who have experienced trauma. This is an especially important topic as the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are felt as society opens up more in the coming weeks and months.

00:00 - Bible reflection: 1 Thessalonians 2:1-2

05:26 - Trauma Care After Covid

48:16 - Q&A

  • What can church leaders do to help survivors disclose their trauma rather than suffer in silence?
  • What other ways can we avoid making things worse when sinful patterns are apparent?
  • Has the pandemic caused trauma that will soon become suddenly clear?

Further resources

Church as a Refuge Online Conference: Friday 25th - Saturday 26th June. Book tickets.

Please note: some of the following resources may be distressing or triggering.

Coronavirus update

During the webinar, John Stevens also gave an update on the current coronavirus restrictions in England and the implications for churches and church leaders.

Churches Through Lockdown

During the webinar, Jonathan Thomas, pastor at Cornerstone Church in Abergavenny, Wales, gave an update on the current coronavirus situation in Wales, and also shared how his church have been serving during lockdown.

You can watch previous webinars, and sign up for future webinars, on the Leadership in Lockdown page.

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