Holy Week services changed to online viewing only

The coronavirus pandemic is forcing some changes to how the Hardin County Ministerial Association’s Holy Week services are handled in Hardin County, with online viewing substituting for personal attendance.
“Our regularly scheduled Easter Holy Week services scheduled for First United Methodist Church downtown have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic,” said Hardin County Ministerial Association President Ronnie Sanders.
“In addition, our Sunday Sunrise Service for this year has also been canceled. This is the first time we have ever had to do anything like this, but none of us have been through a pandemic before. We want the community to know that we had your safety on the forefront and at heart as we made this decision after talking with several pastors in the area,” he said.
“We want everyone to remain safe so we will be offering an online service” for viewing through April 10. “The services may be viewed around noon on the HCMA Facebook page or the Facebook page of the church affiliated with the speaker of the day,” Sanders said.
The services may be viewed around noon on the HCMA Facebook page or the Facebook page of the church affiliated with the speaker of the day.
Remaining speakers are lined up as follows: Wednesday- Andrew Bosak of First Baptist Church; Thursday- A.J. Fowler of Love & Truth; Friday- Joe Rutherford of First United Methodist Church.

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