Community during coronavirus — August 24, 2020

As the pandemic continues and communities of faith discern how to worship and serve in a variety of contexts, this issue examines the meaning and role of music, singing and corporate worship. While the work of racial justice and reconciliation is ongoing, many are wrestling with the economic fallout from COVID-19. In this issue, you will read and learn about efforts to address both of these issues.

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Your place at the table Coming to the Table in Richmond, Virginia, invites people to develop friendships that span the racial divide.

Food insecurity during COVID-19 Faith communities are responding to those experiencing hunger with love and groceries.

On returning to our places of worship  What can this season of separation – of exile, even – teach congregations?

Yearning to sing, yearning to breathe In this time when congregations cannot sing together, the songs remain in hearts and memories.