Religion in a Small Town During Covid-19



Religion in a Small Town During Covid-19


Within my small community, church attendance is already low, but with the addition of a pandemic, my church is struggling. We have adapted by sharing every message and event on Facebook Live so that the elderly people of our community have the opportunity to watch from their homes. We interact with them via Zoom. To help grow church attendance and grow the bond between the church members, we hold socially distanced activities outside of the church: fireworks, painting, bonfires, and outdoor games for children. We leave fliers of church tracks on every door so people that are timid to attend church in person, are still getting a touch of the Message in their lives.

Date Created

November 29, 2020




Non-denominational Christian



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