Member Church News: Countering COVID, Spreading the Gospel

AIPRAL Executive Secretary Dario Barolin, as part of the council of the Ecumenical Communication Agency ALC Noticias Español, shares an analysis of the situation and possible projections of our societies before the pandemic.

The Hungarian Reformed Congregation in Beregszász brought together its members for worship at a drive-in cinema.

Are you ready for the “new normal?” The United Reformed Church (UK) has produced a new booklet to help churches and ministers move forward once the COVID-19 lockdown eases.

“I would do anything for a do-over:” Calgary, Canada, church hopes others learn from their tragic COVID-19 experience.

Sharing the gospel via the internet and social media is working in Indonesia.

The Center for Training and Documentation of The Presbyterian Church of Rwanda meets the needs of leaders and lay workers.

Securing the right to health implies more than just access to health services but constitutes the right to the determinants of health along with the absence of discrimination. Successfully tiding over the COVID-19 crisis would entail collaboration not just between affected people or communities and the government, but also civil society and faith-based organisations as well as intergovernmental agencies,” stated an expert group comprised of panellists at a virtual conference facilitated by the Christian Conference of Asia on “Right to Health amidst the COVID-19 Crisis.”

Pictured above: Bishop Rt Rev Prasana Kumar Samuel, on behalf of the Church of South India Karnataka Central Diocese, handed over a cheque towards the “CMRF COVID-19” to the Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa. Officials of the CSI Karnataka Central Diocese were present at this ocassion.

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