Methodist churches find new ways of keeping connected

Alan Gager observes a lenten candle ceremony during last Sunday morning's service at Pleasant Grover United Methodist Church southwest of Burrton. The church has adapted to the pandemic in the past year through online services, drive-in services, masks and social distancing.

By Jared Janzen BURRTON—Alan Gager has seen God at work in the past year through the ways people have tried to take care of...

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