Closing a church can be terrifying, but you don’t have to do it alone, says a sociologist and pastor.
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In-person worship services have not taken place at Brooklyn's Concord Baptist Church of Christ since March 15. Photos courtesy of Concord Baptist Church of Christ; all services pictured took place prior to the pandemic
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Online church offers congregations the ability to continue being church amid the coronavirus pandemic.