Watford City Churches Alter Easter Services To Meet CDC Guidelines
April 8, 2020 | View PDF
Due to the epidemic of a respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus, Easter services will be a little different this year for many parts of the world.
While Easter service has long been a springtime celebration that brings together family and friends to rejoice in the resurrection of Jesus Christ, church leaders and members have scrambled to maintain these traditions without bringing large groups of people together.
Due to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines in response to the novel coronavirus, Watford City churches will be performing a variety of socially distant Easter activities such as drive-thru communion, drive-in prayer services, and online Facebook Live sermons. Easter sermons can also be listened to over the radio.
In addition to socially-distant Easter services, Watford City area churches are also conducting bible studies over live video chats. For more information on what a Watford City area church is doing for this year’s Easter service, you can visit their website, Facebook page, or give them a call.