The Potter's House Church adds a virtual option for people watching their services at home
ByFunAsia 23 Nov 2020 09:21 AM 337
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Dallas’ The Potter’s House Church has been almost empty since March.


Bishop T.D. Jakes said during his service, “This has been a year, whether you’re conservative or liberal, this has been a year.”


Now The Potter’s House added a new feather to their virtual service. Frank Dyer, the church’s COO said, “You get a sense of being back in church again.”


Fryer is talking about the new virtual congregation. We could see dozens of members behind Bishop on the projector while watching over Zoom.


The church has had virtual services, but church leaders said the virtual congregation makes worship feel one step closer to normal during these abnormal times.


Religious services are exempted from Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order limiting capacity to certain businesses.


Plenty of churches are open, but COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on the rise in North Texas.


That’s why Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley is urging churches to go back to online-only services, and he’s asked the governor for a meeting to discuss his concerns.


Dryer said, “It’s a real deal, and people need to interact with people, bottom line.”


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