Church in the Age of Coronavirus

Do you invite people attending Sunday services to shake hands during the service and hold hands at the end?

Is your congregation full of huggers and kissers?

Are your congregants expressing concerns, privately or publicly, about catching the coronavirus as a result what goes on before, during and after your Sunday service?

Some churches, synagogues and mosques already have made changes to help combat the coronavirus (and the fear it has brought with it). To learn what other ministry leaders are doing (and what you may want to consider, if you haven’t already), read this report from The New York Times.

We invite you to share what you’re doing — or not doing — or what you’re considering on our Facebook page, where we have posted a link to the Times’ story. (While you’re there, please like our page to increase chances that our helpful posts will show up in your Facebook news feed.)

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