Resources for Maintaining Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Aspen Institute, April 6, 2020.

This article from the Inclusive America Project highlights many faith traditions with links to virtual events, religious literacy tools, and ways to support local communities. Christian, Muslim, Sikh, Buddhist, Jewish, and other traditions are represented on this diverse list.


livestream religious services, advice on leading virtual services, educational articles about other faith traditions, stories for kids, and organizations which are providing relief efforts in local communities

Best For

congregational leaders from any faith tradition



Suggested Uses

  • Learn about other faith traditions, including Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Sikhism, by using the religious literacy tool.
  • Gain perspective that your community is one of many faith traditions finding unique ways to worship and serve during a global crisis.

About the Contributor

Kelly Minas

Kelly Minas designs and directs evaluation processes for grants, resource consulting, and educational programs at the Center for Congregations. Kelly received an undergraduate degree in American culture from Vassar College, where she was active in interfaith work on campus, and a master’s degree in contemporary sociology from the University of Leicester in England.

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