The oldest known religious site is 11,000 years old. Ever since gathering together has been an important part of many religious practices.
With large gatherings being tied to the spread of COVID-19, religious organizations have to adapt services
Riverview Church used to have a group meeting at MSU’s Union every Sunday. The church began meeting online in March and plans to continue online services until the pandemic passes.
Similarly, the Shaarey Zedek, a Jewish Synagogue in East Lansing went virtual in March.
Most of the religious congregations in the Lansing area are closed for in-person events according to the synagogue’s Rabbi, Amy Bigman.
The Islamic Society of Greater Lansing is partially reopened , but practice contact tracing, social distancing, temperature checks.