Texas Baptists host video panel on reopening church facilities

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Texas Baptists will host “Relaunch: Solutions for reopening your church facility,” an online video panel discussion at 10 a.m. April 29, to help church leaders consider varied factors as they make decisions about resuming on-site, in-person worship services and other activities.

As the focus shifts from response to relaunch, there are numerous factors a church may consider to provide a safe worship experience that brings honor to God and shows love to its community, organizers noted.

Through the “Relaunch” panel discussion, the Baptist General Convention of Texas will seek to provide practical solutions to churches of all sizes and contexts—urban, suburban or rural.



“While every church’s context is different, we can still come together, encourage one another, and hear guidance on common challenges and opportunities many will face,” said BGCT Executive Director David Hardage.

During the webinar, Texas Baptist leaders will discuss questions from pastors around the state focused on the best way to begin reopening facilities.

Joining Hardage on the panel are BGCT President Michael Evans, pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Mansfield; Phil Miller, acting director of Texas Baptists’ Great Commission Team; Rolando Rodriguez, director of Hispanic ministries; and attorney John Litzler, legal consultant.



For more information and resources, and to register, visit txb.org/relaunch.


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