In the West Virginia town where Mother’s Day started 112 years ago, there was another first: an online-only audience due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A Southern Baptist congregation in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, sued county officials Thursday (May 7) for restrictions on church services amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The lead attorney in the case, a member of the congregation, also serves as legal counsel for the Missouri Baptist Convention.
While the White House looks ahead to reopening houses of worship, most Americans think in-person religious services should be barred or allowed only with limits during the coronavirus pandemic — and only about a third say that prohibiting in-person services violates religious freedom, a new
When 327 delegates met at First Baptist Church in Augusta, Ga., on May 8, 1845, they did more than start a new convention of Baptist churches in the South.
A federal court halted the Kentucky governor's temporary ban on mass gatherings from applying to in-person religious services, clearing the way for Sunday church services. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Gregory F. Van Tatenhove on Friday came in a case brought by a Baptist church.
Darrin Patrick, a megachurch pastor, has died of what appears to be a "self-inflicted gunshot wound," He was a teaching pastor at Seacoast Church, a multi-site megachurch based in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, and the founding pastor of the Journey Church in St. Louis, where
Emerson lives in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. She is, like much of the world, hunkered down at home right now. So she writes letters. In early April, she wrote a letter to her mail carrier.
The Christian Century asked writers to share about a book that they disagree with — but that they also see as important enough to argue with. Here are seven responses.
No vaccine or effective treatment has yet been found for people suffering from COVID-19. Under the circumstances, a physician in Kansas City wonders whether prayer might make a difference, and he has launched a scientific study to find out.
Even as technology made communication quicker, these Coptic leaders ministered through snail mail.