Jehovah's Witnesses close their places of worship in the Henares Corridor for fear of the coronavirus
In a nutshell: "CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
Jehovah's Witnesses close their places of worship in the Henares Corridor for fear of the coronavirus ￼ ￼(photo: Jehovah's Witness Meeting in Palma, where more than 3,000 faithful were concentrated. (Ep) ￼ OK DAILY03/05/2020 16:41
Jehovah's Witnesses have agreed to close their places of worship in the Corredor del Henares and its Congress Hall, located in the Madrid town of Ajalvir, as a preventive measure against the spread of coronavirus.
￼ ￼ In a statement, the group reports that they have proceeded to close their places of worship in Torrejón de Ardoz, Alcalá de Henares, Ajalvir, Algete, Coslada and San Fernando.
The measures will affect a total of 28 congregations and some 2,100 faithful from these locations. They will also keep their Kingdom Hall closed in front of the Ajalvir national headquarters,
￼ ￼ Similarly, visits to the national headquarters of Ajalvir have been restricted and the four exhibitions that have been open to the public and HEIs in the area that have been interested in visiting them have been closed until further notice.
During the duration of this health crisis, the activity of the church will be through the Internet."
Just wondered if this could just be the subtle start of being web based religion soon, or a trial to see what donations come in from these areas; giving them an idea od what to expect if they do go internet based alone
What do you think?