The COVID-19 pandemic called for innovation and adjustment in all facets of life, including spirituality and religion. Pandemic Religion is an archiving project dedicated to documenting "the many ways that American religious communities have been challenged and reshaped," in the past year. The archive collects various forms of media, including images, videos, audio files, texts, and "everything from sermons to screen shots." The project invites users to share experiences, browse existing submissions, or both. The site also highlights essays that incorporate archive items and provides some suggested ways to use the archive in classroom settings (under Teaching Resources). Pandemic Religion was created by two professors at George Mason University, John G. Turner and Lincoln Mullen, and is overseen by a multi-faith advisory board. It is a project of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University and the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture at Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis. Readers will also find the project on Twitter and Facebook, @PandemicRel.