After COVID-19 kills 60 members, church re-examines role in community

In 2020, COVID-19 moved through the congregation at Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church in Midtown Manhattan like an invisible tsunami, killing 60. Now, as the nation re-emerges from the deadly pandemic that shuttered many churches, St. Peter’s and their parent denomination, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America are re-examining their role in the communities they serve.

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'Substantial win': Conservative Christians react to Supreme Court foster care ruling

Conservative Christians have voiced their support for the U.S. Supreme Court's latest ruling in favor of foster care mothers who sued after the city of Philadelphia refused to work with Catholic Social Services over its adherence to traditional Christian beliefs on sexuality. However, some are cautious about the court's narrow ruling.

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