Cornerstone Community Church Adapts to Reach Members During Coronavirus Outbreak

Cornerstone Community Church in Marshfield is adapting to COVID-19 by moving to online worship and more while gatherings or 10 or more people are banned in Wisconsin in order to slow the spread of the illness.

“We sense that our community is just nervous and and kind of scared, and when you become disembodied from each other you have that sense of insecurity,” said Pastor Andy Kvernen. “We felt like the best thing we could do is to help people feel like they’re having a normal experience.”


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