Faith-based communities and places of worship can now resume hosting larger gatherings.
This guidance, released on May 23 updates what the Governor released on May 20 in which churches were still limited to no more than 10 people.$2>
What does this mean moving forward and what does this mean for places of worship in Wayzata?
|Unitarian Universalist Church of Minnetonka|
|Wayzata Community Church|
|Redeemer Lutheran Church|
“As a Christian congregation, we are called to be good citizens of our state and country,” said Redeemer Lutheran Church Pastor Steve Ferber. “But above everything, we are also called to obey God and His Word. Exactly how that will work itself out in the coming days and weeks, we don’t know yet. We are prayerfully considering our options."
|St. Bartholomew Catholic Faith Community|
“Like other faith communities, ours includes many who fall into a variety of categories who are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19, and given that we have successfully transitioned to doing church work in physically distanced ways, see no reason to put any of our people at risk,” said Mamdani.$2>