Churches are holding Christmas Eve services while practicing coronavirus safety guidelines. Some are holding services outside while others are socially distancing indoors and checking temperatures for guests, many of whom are required to makes reservations for attendance.
At Northland Church, they’re used to welcoming thousands to their 3,000-seat sanctuary in Longwood. During the pandemic, the church is following guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only opening roughly 600 seats.
Members of a Central Florida church are stepping up to help the Salvation Army with the Red Kettle campaign.
In April, Leanh Ming, 41, was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. She had to take a leave of absence from work so she could have a double mastectomy and undergo chemotherapy.
The minister at First Unitarian Church of Orlando says a Black Lives Matter sign outside of his church has been vandalized several times.
She fought cancer and won, but she lost her job, home, and car in the process. Now, others are helping her get back on her feet.
Mahret Teku's friend, David Mitchell, nominated her for The Kingdom Church of Orlando's gift of $1,000. But this is a Paying it Forward story with an unexpected twist.
The Kingdom Church of Orlando is on a mission to pay it forward. They are giving away $1,000 every week to a person in need.
Family traditions surrounding Passover and Easter are changing because of how we are dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.
Family traditions surrounding Passover are changing because of how we are dealing with the coronavirus outbreak.
A church in Orange County held traditional services this past weekend. A sheriff's deputy responded and noted that the church was within CDC and county guidelines. This follows the arrest of a Tampa-area church for holding a full service in violation of assembly during an emergency
Churches are being forced to make changes as precautions to prevent the possible spread of coronavirus.
Brevard County could soon be paying out roughly half-a-million dollars to an atheist group over a debate about prayer at county commission meetings.