Some Kentucky churches are having to think creatively ahead of Easter Sunday, which will be unlike any other due to the coronavirus.
For most Christians, there will be no sunrise services, new spring dresses, large family meals, or egg hunts. Instead, families will stay home and many churches will do what they have done for the past month by streaming their services through online platforms such as Facebook and YouTube.
Stuart Jones is senior minister of First Christian Church in Elizabethtown, which typically has about 1,000 members who attend its two Sunday morning services. He said the message will be the same this Easter, despite the unconventional circumstances.