The Five Most Common Ways Churches Are Adding Space for Social Distancing

June 8, 2020
Episode #646
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Churches are slowly beginning to reopen and are desiring to be responsible and safe. Listen in as we discuss the five most common ways churches are adding space for social distancing. 

  • They already have space, but they are providing new seating patterns.
  • They are adding overflow rooms.
  • They are adding Sunday morning services.
  • They are adding services other than Sunday morning.
  • They are alternating attendees.

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