As an interesting sidelight to our flu coverage today, I thought I'd pass along a blog post by religion writer Peter Smith of the Louisville Courier-Journal. Peter is a friend and former college classmate of mine.
Here's how it starts:
Church leaders should consider serving communion while wearing surgical masks and gloves, have worshippers sit in alternate rows and clean children's toys with bleach after every class.
Those are some of the recommendations for church in the time of flu, according to the Louisville-based Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
Go read the whole thing. Has your church made any such changes in recent months?