In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, church donations increased or remained steady, per our just-released report Giving In Faith: How Coronavirus Widened the Digital Divide. This generosity is not surprising, but it is a direct result of places of worship adopting online and mobile giving. The unprecedented call for social distancing and shelter
Last Friday we hosted a live panel discussion announcing the release of our report, “Giving in Faith: How Coronavirus Widened the Digital Divide.” We’re happy to provide this recording of the webinar that you can watch any time you like.
We surveyed more than 400 faith leaders and 300 congregants to better understand how church giving has changed during the pandemic and what the future holds for online giving. Here’s what we found out.
In a matter of months, we have seen a pandemic and a social movement create a defining moment in our time. And throughout the world, many are answering the call to give to causes they care about. This couldn’t be truer for millennials who are natural changemakers and have the betterment of mankind at the
In recent months, church member engagement and viewership on digital platforms has been on the decline. We know that in the last four weeks, nearly 50% of congregants have not been attending online services. We must ask ourselves, how can we make attending online services easier for members? The solution lies in embracing digital technology.