(Worthy News) – Churches continuing to hold in-person worship services came under fire from elected officials and other critics Sunday who fear the gatherings put parishioners at risk for catching the coronavirus.
Now new research, obtained exclusively by CBN News, shows how churches across the nation are managing their ministries, including plans to celebrate Easter, during the pandemic.
In a Barna survey of senior pastors over the past ten days, 68% report their parishioners are “good,” despite 60% reporting the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the overall well-being of people in their churches. Nearly half of pastors say they see the faith of their congregants growing. [ Source: CBN News (Read More…) ]
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