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Dioceses suspend indoor worship

Dioceses suspend indoor worship

With the surge is Covid-19 cases, these dioceses have suspended indoor worship through the end of the year:

Central Pennsylvania

Bethlehem

The Episcopal Partnership of Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania

Has your diocese made a recent change in Covid-19 protocols in response to the case surge?


Map from New York Times, November 18, 2020.

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Felicity Hallanan

Beginning 29 November the Diocese of Central New York has made the same difficult decision –no indoor services. Online services will continue and can be found in one church or another on a daily basis.

Michael Haberlein

I’m surprised to be asked the question: the three bishops in Michigan got together in March: in person worship has been prohibited since then, for the most part, unless 1) outdoors or 2) very restricted indoor . . . . most parishes are conducting Zoom worship or streaming services.

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