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Church Worship Resources & Covid-19 Alerts

To honor state health directives, and to ensure the greatest safety and protection for our community, our current listing of services and gatherings has been updated.

At this time, our two streamed services on Facebook Live each week includes “Virtual Holy Communion.” We encourage those worshiping from home to prepare bread and wine, and to participate fully during this interim period of staying at home. For our in-person, outdoor Courtyard Communion services, all health protocols are in place and includes: masks required, temperatures taken, physical distancing, sanitizing, and occupancy limitations. We all look forward to returning to in-person Communion for everyone as soon as health orders permit.

>> Saturdays, 4:30pm -- Outdoor Communion in the Courtyard
>> Sundays, 8:30am --- Classic Virtual Worship (Facebook Live)
>> Sundays, 9:30am --- Outdoor Communion in the Courtyard
>> Sundays, 10:30am -- Praise Virtual Worship (Facebook Live)

We hope that these virtual and courtyard worship services will provide inspiration and hope at this difficult time for us all. We encourage those at higher infection risk to continue participating safely from home, through our streaming options. For more information, visit our Church website at flchurch.org.


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Early Education Center Enrollment and Covid 19 update

Early Education Center Enrollment and Covid 19 update

Our Early Education Center (EEC) is actively enrolling for the current school year.

If you have an interest in enrolling your child in our center and have questions about availability, you are welcome to contact us. (Please note...due to pandemic protocols, we are not able to give a tour of our center at this time.)

COVID-19 Resources

The state of California has many resources available for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

TELEPHONE RESOURCES:

  • California Department of Public Health
    • Phone: 833-544-2374 (Daily, 8 am - 5 pm). Hotline for questions about COVID-19, for those who need assistance finding information online or clarification of information.
  • Los Angeles County
    • Phone: 211. Central source for information and referrals for all health and human services in LA County. Line open 24/7. [Note: for people in other counties, they get information for their county at 211.]
  • Mental Health support
    • For those who are stressed, anxious, or depressed and need to talk with someone
    • Call 800-854-7771 or Text LA to 741741
    • (LA County Dept. of Public Health)
  • Domestic Violence Hotline
    • Phone: 800-978-3600
  • Alzheimer’s Helpline
    • Phone: 844-435-7259
    • To talk with someone about caregiving issues or other challenges a family member/care giver may be having.

GOVERNMENT WEBSITES:

  • California: California Department of Public Health
    • Home Page: www.cdph.ca.gov
    • information is under Programs (the Covid-19 link is on a photo, so comes up after other information. Patience needed.
  • Options:
    • Alerts
    • Covid-19 by the Numbers
    • Protect Yourself
    • What If I’m Sick?
    • Getting Care
    • Includes information about screening or care for those without health insurance
    • Protecting Others
    • Employment: topics include
    • Disability Insurance
    • Paid Family Leave
    • Unemployment Insurance claims.
    • More Information
    • Phone: 833-544-2374 (Daily, 8 am - 5 pm). Hotline for questions about COVID-19, for those who need assistance finding information online or clarification of information.
  • County of Los Angeles agencies
    • http://publichealth.lacounty.gov
    • Phone: 211. Central source for information ad referrals for all health and human services in LA County. Line open 24/7. [Note: for people in other counties, they get information for their county at 211.]
    • LA County Dept. of Public Health includes Mental Health.
    • For those who are stressed, anxious, or depressed, and need to talk with someone - - Call 800-854-7771 or Text LA to 741741
    • Supervisor Janice Hahn hahn.lacounty.gov
  • LA City: https://coronavirus.lacity.org
    • The “Resources” listing includes
    • LAUSD Meals
    • (Find location on website.) South Bay locations include Dana, Peary, and Stephen M. White Middle Schools, Banning and Narbonne High Schools.
    • Senior Meals - LA City Department of Aging
    • Priority for those experiencing food insecurity, including financial hardship.
    • Five frozen meals, delivered 2 times per week. Meals can be heated in the microwaveable container.
    • For sign ups 213-482-7252 (Monday through Sunday, 8 am - 5pm).

NON-GOVERNMENTAL WEBSITES:

  • Alzheimer’s Association Los Angeles
    • www.AlzheimersLA.org
    • Caregiving During the Coronavirus -
      • Questions to consider regarding professional caregiver in the home.
      • Questions to consider regarding whether to bring home a loved one with dementia from a care facility.
    • Help line: 844-435-7259 To talk with someone about caregiving issues or other challenges a family member/care giver may be having.
  • “The New Normal”
    • A daily NPR Coronavirus Newsletter
    • Sign up at www.npr.org
    • To submit questions: goatsandsoda@npr.org
    • Answers questions such as:
      • Does washing your clothes get the virus out?
      • How long does a Clorox wipe last?
      • Can your dog carry the corona virus?
  • Food Stamps a.k.a. Cal Fresh
    • Cal Fresh is the name used for the California of the federal program known as SNAP - (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program). Get Cal Fresh is a nonprofit that partners with the state to complete applications
    • www.GetCalFresh.org
    • There is also a link from the California Dept. of Social Services home page.
    • For assistance by phone 877-847-3663.

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