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City Church

A Community of Christ for Worship, Nurture & Mission

**COVID-19 Communications**

Shenandoah Presbytery’s Response to the Corona-virus
Below are the Communications that have come from the office of the Presbytery of Shenandoah, along with other current information about the COVID-19 situation.

Pastoral Message from J. Herbert Nelson & Diane Moffett 03 18 20
Update from the General Presbyter 03 16 20

Shenandoah Churches Suspend Worship 03 13 20
ShenPres General Presbyter Message 03 12 20

Virginia Department of Health – Considerations about Cancelling
WV churches- from WV Dept of Health
PCUSA – COVID-19 resources for churches and individuals
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance – Preparedness for Pandemics
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services –LATEST INFORMATION ON COVID-19

CDC COVID-19 Home Page
CDC COVID-19 Information for Faith-Based
World Health Organization COVID-19 Q &

Holy Week and Easter Resources
Social Distancing as caring for our neighbors
Setting up streaming/online/fb live, etc
Information on licensing issues when streaming music
Setting up online giving

for those who use the Glory to God hymnal, or other Presbyterian hymnals: Please understand that Presbyterian Publishing does not hold copyrights for most of the hymns we publish. The hymnals contain works from many copyright holders, each with their own permissions guidelines. Unfortunately, many copyright holders do not allow streaming, even with purchase of printed hymnals. We hope special allowances will be put in place in response to the virus. As we get more information about that we’ll share it. Here’s where things stand at the moment.
We own or administer rights for hymns bearing copyright notices from Westminster John Knox Press, The Westminster Press, John Ribble, W. L. Jenkins, Jane Parker Huber, Brian Dill, or Melva Costen. We are happy to grant permission for you to stream these works.
Most major copyright holders work with CCLI or OneLicense.net and both agencies offer licenses that grant streaming rights. For details, please visit CCLI and OneLicense. Please watch their sites for news about special licensing offers in response to the virus.