Technology is alive and well, and Temple Bible Church utilizes its benefits to help teenagers safely worship during the COVID-19 pandemic. YouTube is the location of Overflow High School Live, part of the church’s Impact ministry program.
The paths of two New York City churches diverged this week — one reopened and one stayed closed. But they have shared a tragic fate, together losing at least 134 members to the coronavirus pandemic.
Taylor Valley’s Baptist Church is hosting their first ever “hybrid” vacation Bible school this summer. Some activities will take place online and other activities will be held in person.
It seems that our society is under attack and is in jeopardy of falling apart. Let us begin to show the world God’s love by loving all people.
Religious communities have found alternative ways to worship together during the coronavirus pandemic. For some that has meant going online, but others have turned to a practice steeped in American history: outdoor worship.
As days of anti-racism protests sparked by police killings push Americans toward a national reckoning, religious leaders are stepping more directly into the politics surrounding discrimination.
Temple Bible Church, 3205 Oakview Drive in Temple, is continuing with its outdoor services 7:30 p.m. Sundays (weather permitting) in the church’s parking lot.