Survey shows Scottish churches adapted well to lockdown

Posted Apr 15, 2021

[Scottish Episcopal Church] Church leaders across Scotland have made “remarkable adaptations” during the COVID-19 pandemic to keep worship going and serve their communities in new ways, a survey has found.

A new study, available here, records that 96% of 369 congregational leaders spanning 27 different denominations continued with ministry and mission work despite restrictions on movement and the closure of church buildings.

Lockdown resulted in a dramatic rise in online worship and other content, with 92 per cent of churches offering some form of weekly content.

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