Most US Protestant Churches Resume In-Person Worship

Most US Protestant Churches Resume In-Person Worship

A strong majority (87%) of Protestant churches in the U.S. met in person during September, according to a LifeWay Research report published Oct. 20. Of those meeting in person, only 15% did so with attendance levels 90% or higher than before the global pandemic. By...
Some Clergy Unequipped to Minister to Abused

Some Clergy Unequipped to Minister to Abused

Most Protestant pastors (73%) believe they are “somewhat equipped” for trauma care ministry, but they feel less able to effectively minister to those who have experienced forms of abuse, according to a Barna Group report published Aug. 4. For example, 88% feel...