COVID-19 UPDATE

On Thursday, December 10, 2020, the Virginia Governor’s office issued new restrictions related to public and private gatherings, as well as an expanded mask-wearing mandate. See our COVID resource page for more details.

 

We’re working every day to bring to you many of the resources you need to navigate through these challenging times. Together, we can follow God’s call to be the Church while acting responsibly toward our neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You can access these resources by using the menu on our COVID-19 Resources page. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please email us at bgav@bgav.org or contact your regional field strategist. We are committed to walking with you through this crisis as we all seek to be the hands and feet of Christ, advancing the Kingdom together.

 

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Disaster Response Feeding Unit Activated to Assist in Mass Vaccination Event in Richmond

As the Covid-19 vaccine is becoming available to individuals across the Commonwealth of Virginia, Disaster Response (DR) volunteers from the Baptist General Association of Virginia (BGAV) are doing their part to take care of the medical and emergency personnel who are administering the immunizations. Starting Tuesday, January 19, the Henrico County Health Department began a large-scale vaccination clinic for those currently eligible, held at the Richmond Raceway. The clinic will likely operate for at least six to eight weeks, depending upon supply and demand. BGAV’s Disaster Response volunteers are serving meals to the healthcare workers, security and emergency management personnel, and other critical workers on site at the clinic.

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