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Capitol Hill Baptist Church Sues District of Columbia

In this Washington Post article, “Prominent evangelical church is the first to sue D.C. over covid-19 worship limits,” Michelle Boorstein writes:

The suit comes at a complicated time for Capitol Hill Baptist, which has no online ministry and says in its suit that worshiping together in person is required for a “biblically ordered church.” The 132-year-old, largely White, conservative congregation has spent much of the year in intense internal conversation about racism, politics, the overwhelming White evangelical support for President Trump, and what it all means for the Christian witness. There have been church book groups discussing White privilege, and clergy this week are launching a teaching series on how to remain close amid disagreements on race and politics.

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BREAKING: The 2020 SBC Annual Meeting Has Been Canceled

This article explains how, “In light of the COVID-19 global pandemic which we believe constitutes a grave emergency, it is in the best interest of the SBC to cancel the Annual Meeting—for the first time in 75 years—out of a deep concern for the health and safety of messengers and attendees.”