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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Keeping Your Doors Open

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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Keeping Your Doors Open

  • Where Are the People?
  • Building a C-A-R-E Team
  • Creating a S-A-F-E Place
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Where Are the People?

  • From Full to Empty
  • Doing More with Less
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

From Full to Empty

  • Impact on Membership
    • Potential 40% of the estimated Faith Community (200,000 to 250,000 people) within Knox County Impacted.
  • Impact on Faith Community
    • 2 out of 5 Places of Worship May Not Survive
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Doing More . . .

  • 119,775 - Illness
  • 59,890 – Outpatient Care
  • 1,200 – 13,175 – Hospitalized
  • 180 – 1,975 – ICU
  • 240 – 2,395 - Deaths
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

With Less . . .

  • Attack Rate – 30%
  • Higher Among Children and Elderly
  • 20% of Working Population
  • 6-8 Week Outbreak
  • Possible Closing of Public Assemblies if Severe
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Building a C-A-R-E Team

  • C – Congregational Expertise
  • A – Assess Risk
  • R – Response Plan
  • E – Educate Congregation & Community
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Creating a S-A-F-E Place

  • S – Services
  • A – Assemblies
  • F – Finances
  • E – Extending Boundaries
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Services

  • Evaluate All Services to Congregation and Community
  • Reduce or Eliminate Services and Activities
  • Adjust Day-Care and Weekday Preschool Ministries
  • Cross-Train Staff Members
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Services

  • Train Volunteers
    • Worship Ministries
    • Teaching Ministries
    • Pastoral Care Ministries
      • Hospital Ministry
      • Grief Ministry
      • Counseling Ministry
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Services

  • Benevolent Ministries
  • Administrative Ministries
  • Communication Ministries
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Assemblies

  • Consider Alternative Greeting Practices
  • Consider Alternative Communion Practices or Postpone
  • Consider Alternative Baptism Practices or Postpone
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Assemblies

  • Implement Food Safety Policies and Practices
  • Implement Sanitization Policies and Practices
    • Restroom Facilities
    • Childcare Facilities
  • Restrict Public Drinking Fountains
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Assemblies

  • Consider Meeting in Smaller Groups or Homes
  • Consider “No Audience” Services
    • Audio/Video Recordings Mailed
    • Internet: Streaming Video or Podcast
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Finances

  • Offering Envelope System by Mail
  • Direct Deposit
  • On-Line Electronic Giving
  • Financial Reserves
  • Volunteers Trained in Receiving and Disbursing Funds
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Extending Boundaries

  • Beyond Congregational Lines
  • Beyond Denominational Lines
  • Beyond Religious Beliefs Lines
    • Other Religions
    • Other Agencies and Organizations
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Knox County Health Department/American Red Cross

Pandemic Flu Symposium

Keeping Your Doors Open

  • Do What You Best!
    • Build a C-A-R-E Team
    • Create a S-A-F-E Place
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