'It Was Outstanding' The Empowerment Temple Reopens To The PublicThe Empowerment Temple, one of the largest churches in the Baltimore area, reopened its doors for the general public today.
Maryland Health Officials Turning To Churches To Close Vaccine Equity Gap, Hold ClinicsLocal health departments are trying out new methods to reach people who are getting vaccinated at lower rates.
Archdiocese Of Baltimore Says It's Not Lifting COVID Restrictions Despite Gov. Hogan's AnnouncementThe Archdiocese of Baltimore said it will not making any changes to its covid-related restrictions for gatherings for mass, despite the state lifting capacity restrictions Friday evening.
'Faith Is Resilient': Churches Make Changes For Christmas Services To Allow As Many To Worship As Possible Despite COVID-19 PandemicChristmas is typically one of the busiest times of the year for churches, but this holiday season looks quite a bit different due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Church In Anne Arundel County Intentionally Set On Fire, Person Of Interest Sought, Fire Department SaysOfficials are searching for a person of interest in a fire and burglary at an Anne Arundel County church over the weekend.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Churches Begin Planning To Reopen For Small Ceremonies, Private PrayerAs Maryland looks ahead to reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Archdiocese of Baltimore and the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland have released plans to phase back in worship safely.
Coronavirus Closings: Religious Institutions Should Keep Doors Closed Despite Easter, Passover, Young SaysSome of the most significant holy days in the Christian and Jewish faiths begin in the coming days, but Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young is urging religious institutions to keep their doors closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus And Religion: Drive-Up, Small Services Still Allowed If Social Distancing Is FollowedReligious leaders across Maryland are adapting to new ways to reach the masses under orders from Governor Hogan limiting public gatherings.
Coronavirus Latest: Gov. Larry Hogan Asks For Moment Of Prayer On Sunday At NoonMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan is asking all Marylanders, regardless of faith, to take a moment to pray Sunday around noon for all those healthcare and essential employers working on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic as well as the sick and those that have passed away.
Coronavirus Closings: Episcopal Churches In Maryland, DC, Virginia Will Continue Live Streaming Services, Keep Doors ClosedEpiscopal churches in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia will keep their doors shut for the time being and will instead continue to hold services online due to the coronavirus.
A Maryland Priest Opens A Drive-Thru Confessional During Coronavirus PandemicFather Scott Holmer in Bowie, Maryland took a new approach when public mass was suspended by the Archdiocese of Washington DC to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus Latest: Worshippers Connect In Online Masses, Public Services As Synagogues, Churches Cancel In-Person ServicesArchbishop William Lori said the decision wasn't made lightly but it was necessary, and as church bells rang at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, parking lots and pews sat empty.
Ministry Of Brewing: Former St. Michael's Church To Open As Baltimore's Newest BreweryInside the old St. Michael's Church is the city's newest brewery, which is set to open in a few weeks.
Worshippers Flock To Area Churches On Christmas EveIt's Christmas Eve and thousands of Baltimore residents are attending church services across the city.
LIST: Christmas Eve Church ServicesHere's a list of church services for friends and family to partake in on Christmas Eve.