The COVID-19 pandemic has been a time of learning for churches as they adjust to virtual ministry, said Andy Jung, associate executive coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina.
Many churches are taking a slow, methodical approach to returning to in-person worship even as some states reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
National and regional Baptist denominations and networks are among religious organizations to provide online resources and expertise to congregational leaders during the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Event participants who show any cold or flu symptoms will be asked to go home, and the area they were occupying should immediately be disinfected.”
Years of viral news articles describing Operation Christmas Child as a form of toxic charity have contributed to a movement of churches away from the Samaritan’s Purse ministry.
A former minister at a Cooperative Baptist Fellowship-affiliated church in North Carolina has pleaded guilty to enticing and coercing a minor to engage in illegal sexual activity.
She “was able to build a large and diverse network of support to reopen the seminary, rebuild the school and create new projects.”
A number of Cooperative Baptist Fellowship pastors have reported they and their congregations to be safe on Thursday morning as Hurricane Dorian was just few miles east of Charleston, South Carolina. That was the news via e-mail to Baptist News…
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship leaders in North Carolina condemned abuse in a special meeting May 15 responding to the May 7 arrest of a minister at a CBF partner congregation charged with sexual exploitation of a minor.