This study examines the concept of solidarity in order to deal with Christian ethics for this pandemic era, concentrating on the Bible and theology. In the Old Testament, human beings were created to be in solidarity with each other. In the New Testament, Jesus teaches solidarity with the socially weak. Through the Reformation era, solidarity is achieved through the freedom God has given to man. Solidarity is presented as human ethics because it encompasses actions through mutual cooperation. The ecumenical movement offers solidarity by giving priority to the poor and expanding its scope to ecology. Public theology pro- vides a way of globalization based on solidarity. Thus, this research demonstrates the formation of globalization for solidarity in the post-corona era.