New York Times: The death of Bishop Gerald O. Glenn of the New Deliverance Evangelistic Church in Chesterfield, Va., was announced during Easter services.
Religion News Service: If you're like 70% of Americans, you want to die at home accompanied by your loved ones. But even before the current pandemic, 68% did not get that kind of death.
United Methodist News Service: United Methodist general agencies now have the green light to apply for small-business loans under a new program funded by the U.S. CARES Act.
Crux: Olav Fykse Tveit, who has led the World Council of Churches (WCC) since January 2010, said that one of the things he's proudest of is the "practical ecumenism" pursued together with Pope Francis.
Washington Post: Churches across the country have looked for innovative ways to help their communities while remaining isolated during the spread of the coronavirus.
Associated Press: The lawsuit also accuses the evangelical university's president, Jerry Falwell Jr., of putting students at risk by welcoming them back to campus as COVID-19 spread.
Slate: A small New Orleans church that was destroyed in Katrina now finds itself grappling with unimaginable loss.
Religion News Service: Historical records unearthed by the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles show scenes of quarantine in the winter of 1918 and 1919 similar to the ones unfolding today.
The Conversation: Ancient apocalypticism suggests that cultivating hope during times of chaos was essential.
BuzzFeed News: Federal lawyers filed a statement of interest in federal court on Tuesday to support the parishioners.
CNN: The battle over religious exemptions to coronavirus stay-at-home orders captures the likelihood of steadily rising tension in coming years between an increasingly secular American society and the most religiously conservative voters, particularly white evangelical Protestants.
Deseret News: A new survey shows that people are more interested in regaining access to religious services than to schools, restaurants or bars.
Religion News Service: Christian meditation apps add prayer and Scripture to a digital landscape of soft voices and nature sounds.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation: When the term is understood as "unveiling," we can then ask the right questions.
HuffPost: These evangelical leaders say their belief in the dignity of each human life compels them to protect vulnerable detainees from COVID-19.