Masks especially created for singing. Wristbands signaling comfort with hugs, or closeness. Rethinking the meaning of worship, or fellowship.
One of the earliest casualties of the COVID-19 pandemic was the tradition of singing together in a choir. Whether a church choir, professional ensemble or friends getting together, the fellowship involved with seeing the same people on a regular basis and creating music together is, simply put, unmatched by Zoom. Many who sing in choirs said throughout the past year, they missed not only the regularity and beauty of creating music, but also the friendship and fellowship found through spending week after week, sometimes year after year, seeing the same people.