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Coronavirus Response

Bishops Issue Statement on Regathering

"Turning Toward the Future with Caution and Hope"
We encourage you to read a statement from Bishop Mariann Budde (Episcopal Diocese of Washington), Bishop Eugene Sutton (Diocese of Maryland) and Bishop Susan Goff (The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia) on a phased approach to regathering as Church.

If You Seek Assistance

Click here for a list of resources for food, shelter and medical attention. (to come)

Who to Call

Who to Call? Here's a link to St. C's Staff Directory.

Our Building may be Closed, but our Parish is Alive!

As we are all now aware, St. Columba’s Church – with all worship, programs, and other activities – is closed. While onsite activities and programs have been suspended due to our church closure, every effort is being made for groups to meet virtually when and where feasible.

Check out these online offerings:
Sunday Programs
Adult Formation
Opportunities for Prayer and Meditation

Find us Online at:
For Sunday worship, find us at stcolumbas.online.church

Follow #ColumbaDailyBread for daily inspirations from our clergy.
(Also found on St. C's YouTube Channel)

Sign up for St. C's weekly eNews
for a schedule of what's to come.

St. C's on Facebook

St. C's YouTube Channel Tune into our You Tube channel, and watch all our recorded sessions.

St. C's on Instagram

St. C's Nursery School on Facebook Live


Do You Have Questions or Concerns?

Read our Frequently Asked Questions, or submit your question here.


Did You Know?

"Love can spread faster than a virus" Ledlie's thoughts on Coronavirus


Important Links

Ledlie's "From the Rector's Desk" messages
St. C's Staff Directory
Response to COVID-19 from the Episcopal Diocese of Washington 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
SAMHSA: Coping With Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks
Psychology Today: Controlling Coronavirus Anxiety
Seven Ways to Manage Stress During the Coronavirus Outbreak