Much like stained glass windows, local churches in Washington County have taken shattered pieces of the world and turned them into something beautiful during the COVID-19 pandemic.

When uncertainty rattled the nation, it felt like the world stopped — even the religious world. In order to protect the elderly and stop the spread of COVID-19, churches were asked to conduct virtual services and adapt to a society that was suddenly socially distant, though not socially disconnected.

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