Are In-Person Church Services a Public Threat

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August 21, 2020

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Is an in-person church service more dangerous than people gathering to shop at a big box store? A judge in Ventura County California thinks so and he ordered in-person church services closed. But not all churches are complying. Pastor Rob McCoy of Godspeak Calvary Chapel held in-person services and told his congregation they’re not trying to endanger the community, but they’re meeting because the church is essential. I visited Buck Run Baptist Church in Frankfort recently and noticed that the measures they took to slow the spread of coronavirus was by far better than anything I’ve seen at Walmart, Lowes, or any other big box store. Greeters at the door required masks upon entry. Ushers seated people at least six feet apart, and proper distancing was maintained at the close of the service.

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