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Video: Virginia Delegate, Pastor Luke Torian Urges People to Worship Virtually

"Until we're able to return to our churches, our synagogues and our mosques, allow social media to be our friend."

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Great suggestions by Virginia Delegate and Pastor Luke Torian (D-Prince William County):

“We have been encouraged by our governor to practice social distancing [due to COVID-19], and so as a result of that, we are now livestreaming our worship services on Sunday mornings. We have encouraged our congregation to fellowship via streaming or small groups in prayer time. And so I would encourage all of us, if we have the capavbility, to use our social media platform to worship together, to study toegther and to pray together. Until we’re able to return to our churches, our synagogues and our mosques, allow social media to be our friend.”

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