Church community during the coronavirus pandemic

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Church community during the coronavirus pandemic

While we are unable to physically meet or visit there are ways in which we can remain,
or even strengthen our church communities.

Staying in contact
At a time of lockdown make sure you have ways of keeping in touch with your church community, including those without internet access.

Live-streamed worship
You could arrange collectively to watch a live-streamed service from a church that is regularly doing this.
See details of some live-streams on our home page

Other ideas
Get together online and arrange to try:

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