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How Houses Of Worship Are Adapting To Being Virtual




Priest Tobias Przytarski speaks during a rehearsal for the Sunday live streaming of a service on March 21, 2020 at the catholic church St. Joseph in Berlin, Germany.
Priest Tobias Przytarski speaks during a rehearsal for the Sunday live streaming of a service on March 21, 2020 at the catholic church St. Joseph in Berlin, Germany.
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What if you could go to religious service without getting out of bed? 

That was the reality for many congregants over the weekend, as synagogues, mosques, churches and other houses of worship took their services online, in response to COVID-19. 

If you joined a virtual service, tell us about your experience. And if you’re a faith leader, we want to hear about how you navigated presenting without an in-person audience, as well as the technological perks and challenges. Call us at 866-893-5722.