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A small church we had visited here locally sent out its leaders "2 by 2" to call on other members of the church on the Sunday after Easter.

They showed up at our doorstep appropriately distanced with a small bag of goodies that had 3 Cheryl's cookies (wrapped), a jar of local preserves, a handwritten note (in case we weren't home), and a small pamphlet of 6 short devotional prayers written by some of the elders in the church and the pastor. The pamphlet included their phone numbers in case we needed anything or wanted to talk. They assured us the bags were put together after using hand-santizer   They had a couple of stock questions about how we were getting along with quarantining, had we been to the church website to see the service, etc.

They had a bag for younger kids (which we didn't get). It had a pack of washable markers, two more wrapped cookies, and a Bible story book and some coloring book (pages run on the church copier).

It was such a nice idea and visit that it made me wonder why we don't do something like this for Sunday School kids and their families the week before classes start  ...and especially THIS YEAR.

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