How religious communities are embracing technology during the lockdown

In the latest installment of Alone Together – A Coronavirus Podcast, the team learns how religious communities stay connected during the close by embracing technology.

Join commendable podcast producers Matt Millard and Morven McIntyre as they learn about both the practice of Christain and Muslim faith during the lockdown and how they have adapted now that they can no longer visit their place of worship.

Dan McLaughlin of Alone Together speaks with Salford Reverend Andy Salmon, who creatively keeps his church digitally connected through Zoom.

And you will learn how the holiest month of the Muslim calendar, Ramadan, was adapted through technology during closing. As a practicing Muslim, Tanzeer Rahaman from Bolton shares his experience of fasting and contacting others and how technology plays a role in this.

You can listen to the full episode here.

You can only listen together: a Coronavirus podcast, wherever you get your podcasts from, or you can download the Entale app on iOS or Android for exclusive immersive content on this podcast.

Together Only: A Coronavirus podcast is also available from all of your favorite podcast providers, including Spotify and Apple. If you like what you hear, rate and rate the show.

If you have any comments or questions for Alone Together: a Coronavirus Podcast email [email protected] , [email protected] or [email protected]


About the Author: TEAM BEPINKU.COM

We share trending news and latest information on Business, Technology, Entertainment, Politics, Sports, Automobiles, Education, Jobs, Health, Lifestyle, Travel and more. That's our work. We are a team led by Mahammad Sakil Ansari.