During this time of isolation it is important to take care of our mental health and well-being. Below are several resources that we recommend. For a list of counsellors and spiritual directors, contact us and we will send that to you.
It’s vital not only to be connected to family, friends, and neighbours, and to those who are part of Artisan, but also to lean into our connection with the global church body. One way to do this is to not only use the church calendar to give shape to our worship, but to allow the Lectionary to determine the texts from which we preach. Follow our preaching podcast wherever podcasts are streamed – Apple Podcasts, GooglePlay, etc.
This resource was created by Church of the City in New York. Here you will find liturgies intended to address different cultural, spiritual, or quotidian anxieties you may be facing, and to redirect our hearts, minds, and language toward truth.
Hillary McBride has written and recorded a grounding meditation designed for those who may be experiencing heightened anxiety or fear at this time. This meditation is meant to help calm the mind and the body.
This podcast was created by John Mark Comer of Bridgetown Church in Portland. Each episode consists of daily meditations on scripture, a quote, or the life of a saint to help ground you in God and his peace.