An expert in Jewish-Christian relations offers guidelines for avoiding the implicit and explicit expression of hatred toward Jews in Easter liturgies and practices.
Congregations struggle to maintain educational programs without volunteer support.
A scholar’s book emerged from theology done in partnership with disabled Christians.
Including pets in church services can be one way to re-imagine the meaning of fellowship and worship.
Many churches thought that vaccines would pave the way back to normal worship, but new COVID-19 realities are forcing us to keep pivoting.
With their plans upended on Holy Monday, a pastor and staff at a Michigan church leapt into Holy Week and Easter, revising as they went. He shares three insights he hopes will help others returning to in-person worship.
The professor of philosophy describes his own journey with Augustine and the importance of leaders paying attention to the formation of desire.
The ethnomusicologist identifies how the stereotype of a flamboyant choir director changes someone’s gift into something to fear.