Religious groups are allowed to reconvene in most parts of the state, but not all congregations are choosing to do it. Many are worried that relaxed rules for religious gatherings will lead to an increase in coronavirus cases.
Today we talk to faith leaders about how they've adapted to the quarantine so far, and how they plan to navigate the coming weeks. We hear about the creative alternatives to in-person services they’ve come up with, and what this experience has taught them about their faith.
Produced by Drew Daudelin.
Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis
Rabbi, Temple Israel in West Lafayette
President, Muslim Alliance of Indiana
President, Center for Congregations in Indianapolis