Staying connected while socially distancing
In this time of required social distancing, our communities (church and mosque members, friends, neighbors, leaders and others) are looking for — and have — creative ways of connecting with and caring for one another.

We are collecting ideas for how we can be present, even abundant, with one another during this time of trial. We invite you to share your ideas: How are you cultivating solidarity among your congregations/ organizations and leaders?

Organizing must go on! We must adapt quickly to our new reality in order to continue to build a sense of community—even mobilize new people—and carry on our work, especially during an election year. We can do this!
Email address *
Name *
Congregation/Organization
Cell Phone Number
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What are you doing to cultivate community? Describe your idea. *
Are you or someone you know already doing this? If so, please let us know who, so we can give you/them credit.
Would you like people to be able to contact you regarding questions implementing this idea? *
Alternate email for public contact (optional)
If Faith in Indiana decides to organizationally implement this idea, can we count on your help to organize?
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Is there anything else you would like to add?
Thank you!
Thank you for sharing your ideas for how we can cultivate solidarity while maintaining a safe physical distance from one another!
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