The strength of self: James Croft and the Ethical Society of St. Louis

Houses of worship across the world are adapting to the challenges of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Keeping congregants feeling tied to their faith, themselves, and one another has been a challenge felt by all. But what if faith isn’t at the center of the congregation? How are humanist, atheist, and agnostic spiritual communities handling the […]

Houses of worship across the world are adapting to the challenges of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Keeping congregants feeling tied to their faith, themselves, and one another has been a challenge felt by all. But what if faith isn’t at the center of the congregation? How are humanist, atheist, and agnostic spiritual communities handling the isolation caused by the pandemic? 

James Croft, a clergyman at the Ethical Society of St. Louis, spoke with Beliefs producer Jay Woodward this week to share insight on how his congregation has handled the past several weeks.