Boston Globe: With worship services canceled, congregations improvise: The Rev. Timothy Schenck took a seat in the small chapel at St. John the Evangelist Church in Hingham a few minutes before 10 a.m. Sunday. He blinked at the bright, studio-style lights set up before him, and helped himself to one more jolt of caffeine from a large thermos.

“I hope you’re in your pajamas, drinking coffee, eating pancakes and practicing social distancing,” the Episcopal priest said with a smile, gazing into a laptop computer screen. “This is all new, this is uncharted and we are sort of making it up as we go along."

Like tens of thousands of churches, synagogues and mosques across the country, St. John’s used a virtual bridge this weekend to bring religious services to its congregation, hoping to help protect its parishioners from the spread of the coronavirus. Read more here.