Resources From NAE Members & Friends
. Click the links below to go directly to their COVID-19-related resources.

Church Relaunch Kit – Assemblies of God

Spanish-language Webinar on Reopening Church Facilities – National Latino Evangelical Coalition

Guidebook for Reopening Church Facilities (Spanish; English) – National Latino Evangelical Coalition

3 Things to Consider When Reopening the Church – Evangelical Free Church of America

Reboot: A Guide for Returning to Church Gatherings – Alejandro Mandes, Evangelical Free Church of America

When Should We Reopen the Church – Evangelical Covenant Order of Presbyterians

Phase 2 Planning Guide – Converge Worldwide

The Journey of Reentry – John Stumbo, Christian & Missionary Alliance

Coronavirus Considerations – Presbyterian Church in America

The Way Back to In-Person Worship – Larry Hoop, Presbyterian Church in America

COVID-19 Service Preparedness: Reopening Checklist – Association of Related Churches

What to Do Now as We Enter Phase 2 – Ministry Together

What Relaunching the Church Might Look Like Over the Next 12 Months – Ed Stetzer & Josh Laxton

When Your Church Reopens, Here’s How to Meet Safely – Daniel P. Chin

ReOpening Church – Vanderbloemen

Practical Guidelines for Returning to Church – North American Mission Board

Key Questions to Prepare for a New Season of Ministry – Aspen Group

A Complete COVID-19 Guide to Lead Your Church Toward a New Normal – Ministry Grid

Sample Church Reopening Questionnaire — Trinity Presbyterian Church, Charlottesville, VA

Recommendations for Determining When to Reopen Local Churches — Randy Remington, The Foursquare Church

Resources for Reopening Churches — Evangelical Presbyterian Church

Leading Well After the COVID-19 Crisis — Missio Alliance & The Brethren Church

How and When Churches and Businesses Can Reopen — Simms Showers LLP (COVID-19 Resources)

Webinar: Guide to Reopening with Scott Ridout — Converge Southwest

Infographic: With Buildings Preparing to Reopen, It’s Time to Think About Stagnant Water and Health Risks — University of Maryland Extension

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