Coronavirus resources for churches, media

Coronavirus resources for churches, media

On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization identified COVID-19 as a pandemic.

On March 18, 2020, Bishop Dindy Taylor mandated that all Holston Conference church buildings are closed to the public and large-group meetings, including worship, are suspended.

Holston Conference includes 864 United Methodist congregations in East Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, and North Georgia.

Please visit our Coronavirus page at Holston.org/Coronavirus for more updates and resources.

Media: For assistance, please contact Director of Communications Tim Jones at timjones@holston.org.

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