U.S. Confidence in Safe In-Person Worship Increases

U.S. Confidence in Safe In-Person Worship Increases

A majority (76%) of U.S. adults who typically attend religious services at least monthly are confident that they now can safely attend an in-person faith gathering, according to a Pew Research Center report published March 22. This is a 12-point increase from July...
Fewer Protestant Churches Meeting in Person

Fewer Protestant Churches Meeting in Person

There are fewer Protestant congregations in the U.S. meeting in-person to start 2021 than there were in the early fall of 2020, according to a LifeWay Research report published February 22. Roughly three-quarters (76%) of pastors said their church met in-person in...
How COVID-19 Reshaped My Faith

How COVID-19 Reshaped My Faith

It’s been one year since the first cases of COVID-19 were reported in the United States. Since then, the world has undergone significant changes, myself included. Therefore, after one year of living through a global pandemic, I find it necessary to step into the...