Pandemic Religion

Pandemic Religion: A Digital Archive ​collects and preserves the experiences of congregants and religious communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The project seeks to create a digitally archive documenting how religious institutions and individuals adapted their practices to meet this public health challenge. The archive also seeks to capture the instances and motivations of those opted to resist local and state government public health instructions. The archive is comprised of recorded remote sermons, social media materials, digital photographs, personal stories and more.


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