Fearful of the deadly epidemic, many people turn to their faith for comfort and connection -- at the very time restrictions to quell the coronavirus have caused churches, mosques and synagogues to close their doors. We hear how Rabbi Daniel Cotzin Burg of Beth Am synagogue is thinking outside the sanctuary walls to create community. And Right Reverend Eugene Taylor Sutton, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, sees these times as an opportunity to invoke and cultivate faith.
To hear Bishop Sutton's sermon, visit this link. To hear Rabbi Burg's sermon, "Sinai Karaoke: Connection in an Isolation Age," visit this link. For CDC recommendations for clergy and worshippers, visit this link.