Area churches forced to close doors to combat COVID-19

   As the coronavirus continues to be a real threat throughout our country, state and communities, area churches are also taking measures to prohibit the spread of Covid-19.

   Within the last week, local churches have had to close their doors and have released statements regarding how their houses of worship are handling the crisis. Statements from area churches are printed below.

Trinity Cluster – Monona, Postville, McGregor

   The Trinity Cluster, which includes St. Bridget, Postville; St. Patrick’s, Monona and St. Mary’s, McGregor, has announced the live broadcasting of Masses and other spiritual engagements.

   The Rev. Nils de Jesus Hernandez, Pastor of the Trinity Cluster, released the following statement, “With the growing concern of the potential for community spread of the novel coronavirus Covid-19 and to protect all parishioners and residents at the local care centers, we are live broadcasting  all services. The Cluster Office will be open, but closed to the public. You may mail your weekly contributions to the Trinity Cluster Office at PO Box 1521, Monona, IA 52159 or use online giving.”

 

 

For more of this story see the March 25 Outlook.