The Re-entry team continues to evaluate and consider how we as a church can move forward through the pandemic. We look carefully at ever-changing state guidelines and take our cues from the Governor and VT Dept of Health. They have the most up-to-date research and data to make decisions for safe reopening. We recognize that while vaccines are coming and case counts are dropping, we are still in the midst of this pandemic and must remain vigilant.
We also know that it is hard to stay vigilant to keep ourselves and each other safe and healthy. Pandemic fatigue hits us all at various times and situations. Moods and frustrations fluctuate and we all need reminders about what we can do to help ourselves and each other. Exercise, rest, acts of kindness, taking a breath, and healthy eating can help. Here are a few more ideas that may work for you, and why they may help you feel better. Activities and Brain Chemicals – Google Docs.
Self care is a great place to start when we need cheering up, but when we need more support, help is available and we encourage you to reach out and check in with each other. There are many resources available if you or someone you love may need further help. If you or someone else is in crisis, Howard Center First Call 802-488-7777 is available to help.