Fox News Website to Stream Christian, Jewish Services Starting this Weekend
Allyson Vannatta, Staff Writer
Fox News knows that church looks different these days, so they’re on a mission to bring God into the homes of Americans all around the country.
Starting this weekend, the media giant will air Jewish and Christian services, which can be streamed for free.
Foxnews.com editor and chief Porter Berry told Faithwire,
“Our core mission is to serve our audience. During this religious season, many Americans are eager to continue participating in their faith services while they’re home during this ongoing health crisis. By providing live streams of religious services, our viewers can stay connected to their faith during this pandemic.”
The website will live stream services from the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh on Friday night at 6 p.m. and on Saturday morning.
They will also stream mass from St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City at 10:15 a.m. Sunday morning along with a service from Jentezen Franklin’s Free Chapel in Gainesville, Georgia, reports Faithwire.
“We know our audience — they are faithful and love God. FoxNews.com is providing this public service and making it easy and available for our viewers to stream religious services online. This public service Fox News is offering is needed now more than ever.”
Take this as good news! Media outlets understand the value of communal worship in trying times like these.
How are you participating in worship with your community right now?
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