Worship Ministry During a Pandemic
Below you will find helpful resources
for worship ministry during a pandemic,
including phased reopening.
Helpful resources from the SBC Worship Consultants.
Risk of Infection Is No Reason to Stop Singing
Scott Aniol shares what our priorities should be as we reopen church meetings.
Singing might not be so great a risk, after all
NEW scientific evidence from Germany has cast doubt on the claim that singing constitutes a high-risk activity in the transmission of Covid-19.
The CDC’s New ‘Best Estimate’ Implies a COVID-19 Infection Fatality Rate Below 0.3%
“The CDC estimates that the case fatality rate for COVID-19 falls to 0.05 percent among people younger than 50 and rises to 1.3 percent among people 65 and older. For people in the middle (ages 50–64), the estimated CFR is 0.2 percent.”
Example Protocols for Churches and Places of Worship Attendees
Texas has provided simple but helpful guidelines for churches as they reopen.
Encouragement to show love one to another amidst differing opinions about what precautions are necessary.
5 Unintended Consequences of Worshiping from Home
David Manner suggests helpful lessons to learn from our time in quarantine.
Before You Panic: Thoughts on Congregational Singing and Choirs in Light of the Pandemic
Robert Pendergraft offers encouragement for those worried about singing.
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