Church signs spread good words during coronavirus pandemicIn the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, churches are taking the initiatives of closing their doors and bringing their meetings online. As fears continue to grow over the outbreak, church signs are being used to offer the good word.Amid the coronavirus outbreak, churches are using their outside signage in creative ways.From megachurches to the smallest congregations across the nation, the vast majority of religious institutions are meeting online and no longer in person after President Trump and the CDC recommended groups no larger than 10 gather for public or private events.PRIEST OFFERS DRIVE-THRU CONFESSIONALS AMID CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: ‘PEOPLE ARE SO GRATEFUL’The First Congregational Church of Farmington in New Hampshire shared a simple message. In this March 19, 2020, photo, a church sign reminds townspeople to wash their hands as a car drives under Christmas lights along Main Street in Farmington, N.H. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa) The church put “Wash your hands” on their sign.Other congregations are sharing messages in a more uniquely Christian way.CHRIST THE REDEEMER LIT UP WITH EVERY COUNTRY AFFECTED BY CORONAVIRUS: ‘PRAY TOGETHER'”What would Jesus do?” the Lutheran Church of the Reformation in Washington, D.C., just steps from the Supreme Court, asked, harkening back


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