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    Swiss Free Churches Supported 180,000 People

    A recent study showed that free churches in Switzerland have supported thousands of people in the country and, as a result, helped the government save money during the pandemic.

    Single Christians in the UK Laud Church Response in Pandemic

    A recent survey of single Christians in the UK revealed that they are satisfied with how their churches responded to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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    Global Faith Leaders Call for Vaccine Equity

    Humanitarian and faith leaders around the world signed a joint declaration calling for "equitable vaccine distribution."

    Prayer Day Set for India

    Church leaders in India have set May 7th as a day for prayer and fasting as the country continues its battle against Covid-19.

    Christians in UK Urged to Follow Govt Guidelines in Church

    A Christian health expert in the UK advised Christians to "take responsibility" and conform to the government's pandemic guidelines even in church.

    Christians Celebrate Second Easter During Pandemic

    Millions of Christians around the world celebrated Easter Sunday under pandemic precautions for the second time.

    Pew: 4 in 10 US Christians Plan to Attend In-Person Easter Services

    Americans are slowly returning to in-person worship services, but attendance on Easter is expected to be lower than pre-pandemic levels.

    World Vision Sends Aid to 59M in Its Largest Global Response Ever

    Christian humanitarian organization World Vision managed to reach 59 million people worldwide in its response to the Covid-19 crisis.

    Christian Leaders in Canada Boost Confidence in Covid-19 Vaccines

    As Canada's vaccination program is underway, Christian leaders encourage the faithful to get immunized with the Covid-19 vaccine.

    Big and Small Nashville Churches Feed the Hungry in Tennessee

    A new study revealed that churches in Nashville tend to feed hungry families in several zip codes across the state.

    Sweden Royals Hold Church Services for Covid-19 Victims

    King Carl XVI Gustaf and his wife, Queen Silvia, of Sweden held a church ceremony on March 11th to honor the victims of the Coronavirus.

    Christian Booksellers Face 2021 with Hope

    A new survey found that Christian booksellers in the country are optimistic for 2021 despite the challenges brought by the pandemic to the publishing industry.

    Christians Mark Lent with Ashes Sprinkled Over Head

    Christians mark the start of Lent with the tradition of receiving blessed ashes smudged to the forehead on Ash Wednesday, but it has been replaced with the ashes being sprinkled on a devotee's head because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Three-in-Ten Americans Say Pandemic Has Strengthened Their Faith

    Nearly three-in-ten Americans say the COVID-19 pandemic has strengthened their religious faith.

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