Meeting Needs In Times of Crisis

Do you feel it?  Are you overwhelmed with the information out there about the COVID-19 pandemic?  It’s true, we need to stay informed.  We need to “stay the course” in practicing the behaviors that protect ourselves and others.  But we also need to keep hope alive.

During the 1918 flu pandemic, Adventist Churches were closed in order to protect from the spread of disease.  But many members continued to minister to the needs of each other and the community.  Although the methods may be different today, we can still share hope and wholeness through the healing power of Christ.

This page is intended to inform you of resources to help you continue in ministry during this time of crisis.

Let’s not get tired of doing what is good, for at the right time we will reap a harvest—if we do not give up.  Galatians 6:9, ISV

NAD Press Releases

The following releases were published by the Communications department of the North American Division.  These are provided as guidance for Adventist churches and organizations within the territory.

NAD Leadership Provides Guidance on Government Funding Assistance Due to COVID-19 Crisis
April 10, 2020

NAD Leadership Announces Transition to Virtual Office in Response to COVID-19
March 16, 2020

NAD Administration Provides Guidance for Church in North America During the COVID-19 Pandemic
March 13, 2020

NAD Administration Shares Information Regarding COVID-19 and Division Response
March 7, 2020

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Find inspiring and hope-promoting resources and memes to #spreadthegospelnotgerms

Mind & Self Care

Resources for mental health and self-care.

Ministry Tools

These resources can be shared with your neighbors (safely) to help them through this crisis.


These pages provide valuable information on the novel coronavirus.