Cuomo: New provisions for houses of worship and workplace
Houses of worship can open with 25% occupancy for regions in Phase 2 of the state's reopening plan, Gov. Cuomo said.
Long Islanders eager to attend religious services
As Long Island plans to slowly reopen its economy as the coronavirus eases, churchgoers are looking forward to attending services again, ...
Long Island churches continue with online services
"We'll continue to do livestreaming, social media, until the science lines up with ensuring my people will be protected," said Bishop Lionel Harvey of First Baptist Cathedral of Westbury.
Episcopal bishop: Too soon to safely reopen churches
Following President Donald Trump's call to open houses of worship, Bishop Lawrence C. Provenzano of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island spoke with Newsday, saying it was too soon to safely reopen churches.
2nd graders get a parade for first Holy Communion
A parade was held to thank first responders and essential workers and to recognize the 2nd graders from St. Agnes Catholic School on the future reception of their first Holy Communion on Friday in Rockville Center.
LI parishioners celebrate Easter Sunday despite pandemic
Parishioners across Long Island celebrate Easter Sunday without attending traditional ceremonies at church. ...
Virtual Easter service set for Sunday in Glen Cove
Eight churches will hold a virtual Easter service shortly after dawn on Sunday with Morgan Memorial Park in Glen Cove serving ...
LI churches holding service online due to COVID-19 precautions
Faith Ministry Baptist Church in Huntington Station will be holding its weekly services online until health officials say it's OK ...
Masses go on with fewer people in pews
The Diocese of Rockville Centre had declared that because of the coronavirus attendance was not mandatory.
Long Islanders repent on Ash Wednesday
The Rev. Fred Vergara of the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Hicksville talks about the significance of Ash Wednesday. ...