Snowy spirituality: What do you do when your faith community cancels services?

A look out the window on this snowy day. Instagram photo by Kellie Moore.

A look out the window on this snowy day. Instagram photo by Kellie Moore.

Several faith groups canceled services on Sunday because of icy road conditions. Today (Tuesday), we’ve been seeing emails about weekday services being canceled because of the snow.

When services are canceled, what do you do? Do you spend extra time in prayer on your own, or do some extra readings from your scripture, or gather for a time of worship as a family? Or do you figure it’s OK and fill that time with other things? Or does it depend?

Take our poll. And share your ideas on how you personally respond when weather cancels worship.

Snow cancelation poll

About Kellie Moore

Kellie Moore (formerly Kotraba) served as the editor and community manager of Columbia Faith & Values through summer 2014. Although she is originally from the West – Nevada and California – she’s now proud to call Missouri home. She currently teaches English at Fr. Tolton High School.

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