Religion News Service: The United Methodist Church has postponed its 2020 General Conference -- where delegates were expected to take up legislation to split the denomination -- over concerns about the spread of COVID-19.
Washington Post: On Sunday, Alabama's largest church stopped its in-person worship services. By Tuesday, it started hosting drive-through coronavirus tests in one of its parking lots.
Zora: What responsibilities do pastors owe to their congregants to keep them safe?
Christianity Today: As COVID-19 sends the globe into crisis, it also sends us to our knees.
Inside Higher Ed: Because of COVID-19, most professors and students suddenly find themselves forced to use technology as they teach and learn. A panel of experts explores whether that will help or hurt attitudes about online education.
Religion News Service: For many faith groups, spring is one of the most important times of the year.
Sojourners: As adults are forced into major social and work-related changes, we can quickly lose patience with our children, forget their perspective matters, and resort to "just do it"-type responses.
Sojourners: Loving your neighbor during a pandemic, according to kids
CNET: You can still connect with your faith community online. Here's how.
CNN: While gathering together with our communities in worship is central to our faiths, so is the preservation of life.
The Guardian: Coronavirus crisis means baptisms will also have to be scaled back.