Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Wally, Apr 3, 2020.
Stay away from there.
Florida county declares churches ‘essential services’ after pastor’s arrest
Hayzues wont help these dummies.
Watch the political scrambling that will ensue when this goes south.
If they all sit six feet apart what's the problem?
There's no way everyone stays 6 feet apart at all times going into, out of or being in a church for an hour+. You have in-person services and there will be spread. And 6 foot distancing alone isn't enough anyway.
I see the 6ft rule everywhere I go. Churches can hold multiple services. Things can be worked around if people are determined to make it work. Not holding services seems prudent, but let people decide how they want to proceed. Their body, their choice, right?
There's a good reason our economy is currently largely shut down rather than 6 foot social distanced. In person church services are * right now.
No. They get infected and they could get others infected and kill them.
Hey, no one complained when all those on Spring Break were in the city.
Nobody on Fox News? CNN and MSNBC were screaming about it while the Florida governor kept playing with his D and doing nothing about it.
Before shutting down, my church discontinued communion and strongly encouraged everyone to use hand sanitizer before entering and to sit at least 6' apart.
The services are now being live streamed-----the pastor, vicar and organist are the only ones allowed inside during the services. Everyone is working from home.
Confined space. Better to worship online.
Trouble for me is infecting my family. If they can totally isolate, I'm good with it.
That's different. Guys were getting laid.
just like abortions-right
My daughter told me last night that there are 4 counties around metro Dallas / Ft. Worth area that still allow church services. She is pissed off about how stupid those bible thumping Texans can be sometimes.
it’s in gods hands
Birth of an abortionist.
Yeah they did. And when they came home too.
God will protect them.
Not from themselves.
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