Announcing the online publication of “The Distanced Church: Reflections on Doing Church Online.” This eBook experiment creates an accessible international dialogue between church leaders, theologians, and media scholars. The Distanced Church is a collection of 30 essays exploring the challenges and opportunities created by the current global COVID-19 pandemic for religious groups, and churches having to move from offline to online gatherings. This collection was put together in just 3 week to enable it to be distributed to religious organizations and researchers seeking to navigate and understand the current season of social distancing.
The PDF eBook available for FREE download at: https://oaktrust.library.tamu.edu/handle/1969.1/187891
By Heidi A Campbell
Professor of Communication & Presidential Impact Fellow Texas A&M University; https://comm.tamu.edu/heidi-campbell/
Vice President, International Society of Media, Religion & Culture https://www.ismrc.org/about/board-members/heidi-campbell/
Director, Network of New Media, Religion and Digital Culture Studies https://digitalreligion.tamu.edu/ Managing Editor, Journal of Religion, Media & Digital Culture, https://brill.com/view/journals/rmdc/rmdc-overview.xml
Lead Dreamer, Create Kindness Initiative http://createkindness.strikingly.com/