Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most churches have been streaming services online in order to continue to minister to their congregations. Some churches live-stream their services on their Facebook pages or post their services there after the live event. Since many services use copyrighted worship music and lyrics — either through public platforms like YouTube assuming their right to use the material falls under “fair use” law, or by having a licensing agreement with entities like Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI), Christian Video Licensing International (CVLI), or Christian Copyright Solutions (CCS) — churches may assume they are protected. But this is not always the case.