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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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The Financial Impacts of COVID-19 on United Methodist Churches in North Carolina: a Qualitative Study of Pastors’ Perspectives and Strategies

This research from Review of Religion Research examines the impact of COVID-19 and its associated restrictions on congregational finances, particularly on United Methodist Churches in North Carolina. It also looks at the strategies pastors used to adapt their church’s finances to the health restri...

Attribution: Review of Religion Research

Resource Type: Survey Reports

Publish Date: 11/17/2022

Religious/spiritual struggles and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic: Does “talking religion” help or hurt?

This study show that spiritual struggles were common among Americans during COVID-19 and were associated with greater psychological distress and worse perceived self-rated health during the pandemic.Unlike for psychological distress, however, researchers from this study found no evidence that discus...

Attribution: Review of Religious Research

Resource Type: Survey Reports

Publish Date: 11/07/2022