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Chaplaincy Changes during COVID-19

Since the Covid-19 pandemic chaplains have been in the spotlight. The virus has significantly impacted how they’re able to do their work. This article by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship provides information on how congregations can pray for chaplains, as well as for those they’re servi...

Attribution: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

Resource Type: Blogs and Commentary

Theme/Topic: Leadership

Publish Date: 05/12/2021

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COVID-19 and Our Congregations

This survey was conducted by the United Church of Christ (UCC) between mid-August and mid-September 2020. Results are based on 345 clergy responses and offer a glimpse into how congregations in their denomination have been impacted by the pandemic thus far. Areas of impact explored include worship,...

Attribution: United Church of Christ (UCC)

Theme/Topic: Denominations

Resource Type: Survey Reports

Publish Date: 12/01/2020

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More houses of worship are returning to normal operations, but in-person attendance is unchanged since fall

This report from Pew Research Center from March of 2022 shows houses of worship across the U.S. are increasingly returning to in-person worship, now that COVID cases are on the decline. Just 5% say their congregation is still completely closed to in-person worship. However, church attendance has pl...

Attribution: Pew Research Center

Resource Type: Survey Reports

Publish Date: 06/04/2022

The “New Traditional” in a Most Traditional Church: How the Pandemic Has Reshaped American Orthodox Christian Churches

This report addresses the question: how has the pandemic transformed the Orthodox Church? The report examined the overall impact of the pandemic and the ongoing process of recovery in church life. Additionally, it examined the possible long‐term consequences of the past two years for American O...

Attribution: Orthodox Reality

Resource Type: Survey Reports

Publish Date: 05/26/2022