First Presbyterian Church Tupelo strives to witness through worship, servanthood, and sharing.
First Presbyterian’s Response to COV-19
During Covid-19 we have lots of people in need, and our community can help. Below are just a few opportunities for us to extend the love of Christ during these difficult days.
Our church continues to partner with Tupelo/Lee County Hunger Coalition to supply meals for those in need.
We are delivering meals to medical offices and other places where individuals are perhaps stressed because of their increased workloads. If you are aware of anyone in need, please notify the church office.
After things normalize and it is safe to resume outside activities, we will be working with Beds for Kids. Many children in our neighborhood do not have a bed to sleep in.
We encourage everyone to write notes to say “I care about you.”
We encourage everyone to stay home unless it is absolutely necessary to get out.
We will continue to listen deeply and pray fervently, day by day, in order to make the decisions that are best for our community. We encourage you to also pray. Prayer settles hearts, gives direction, creates empathy, and can even help outcomes be changed. Pray for those who are sick. Pray for those who are afraid. Pray for those who live in places with no access to health care. Pray for public health officials who are so very strained.
Be a good neighbor. If you know people who are especially prone or susceptible, or you know people who self-isolate or are quarantined in the weeks to come, be a friend and reach out to them with whatever technology you may be able to use. The support of friends and loved ones is crucial to any recovery.
There will be no worship service in the Sanctuary on Sundays BUTyou will be able to join us in each Sunday at 10 AM on ourYouTube channel via the link above!
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