Over a year into the pandemic and some churches continue to be mostly online, while others are providing online services with limited in-person services. As more Americans are able to access vaccines, churches may be wondering if a time is coming in which online services can be stopped.
Yet, online worship has made church accessible to groups that had limits on attending before from disabled people to parents of young children to people who work during the hours services are traditionally held.
Take a look at this article, 7 reasons you must not abandon your online services for more.
And if your church is exploring what to do next, consider joining Ryan Panzer, author of Grace and Gigabytes, for the online course Hybrid Ministry in a Post-Pandemic Church.
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