NYD Webteam: May 2020
Arthur Rank Centre Rural Church Resources.
The Arthur Rank Centre has said "Our commitment to supporting rural christians, churches and communities remains our priority during these challenging times." To that effect they have created a new resource hub on their website called Together Apart. This hub provides resources, information and advice for rural christians, churches and communities.
The resource hub includes:
Farming and agriculture support, information and resources
Government and denominational advice and guidance
Practical action and providing support
Guidance and advice on teleconferencing and live-streaming
Resources for children, families and all-age gatherings
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