Springfield Church Gets Creative For Easter Celebrations Amid The COVID-19 Reality
SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – The COVID-19 pandemic has changed all our lives. Now we’re all waiting for the day life goes back to normal. This Easter, Springfield Baptist Church is trying to close the gap between celebration and public safety. Wanting to offer a COVID-19 safe solution this Easter, Springfield Baptist Church has opted to move its Easter celebration services to The Center in Springfield, TN. With a much bigger facility, masks and social distancing, Springfield Baptist will be able to accommodate more parishioners, family, friends and neighbors for the 2021 Easter celebration.
Moving to the Center means Springfield Baptist Church can have two services instead of about seven if they used their main sanctuary. The Center is also conveniently located directly across the street.
Is the risk zero? Probably not but with no mask mandate in effect in Robertson County and COVID numbers falling, getting back to some kind of normalcy (with precautions) seems like a logical step. Pastor David Evans told Smokey Barn News that they expect a big turnout.
The Center is located at 401 N Main St in downtown Springfield, TN. MAP It’s directly across on the Main St side of Springfield Baptist Church
“The service times are 9:00 AM and 10:45 AM. Because of great caution, as our community (hopefully) is moving away from a pandemic season, we are able to meet and accommodate a crowd with social distancing and masks at The Center,” said Pastor David Evans.
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