A redefined ‘church’ will emerge from pandemic
This pandemic will end. Ben Pickett is sure of it.…
In a world rocked by COVID-19, Churches of Christ face new — and old — challenges.
In this special project, The Christian Chronicle explores “The Post-Pandemic Church.”
Find links to all the stories and columns below.
• A ‘redefined’ church will emerge from the pandemic: The Chronicle asked ministers and members of Churches of Christ across the U.S. to share thoughts and plans for the post-pandemic future. By Erik Tryggestad.
• Youth ministries learn to slow down during pandemic: “I don’t want to go back to the way things were,” one minister says. By Bobby Ross Jr.
• Tape on the pews: Let’s not repeat a failed restoration. By Erik Tryggestad.
• The virus hit us were we ain’t: Satan used Douglas MacArthur’s strategy to divide us. After a year of COVID-19, how can we reunite? By Don Prather.
• A simpler church: It’s abundantly clear, thanks to COVID-19, that the church is not a building. In a post-pandemic world, some ask: Why have a building at all? By Erik Tryggestad.
• Moving during a pandemic complicates hunt for church home: For relocated Christians, virtual worship options help bridge the COVID-19 gap. By Bobby Ross Jr.
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