By Sapeer Mayron on STUFF…

Faith communities around New Zealand have returned to their computer screens with ease during the latest Covid-19 lockdown, leaders have said.

After New Zealand went into a swift level 4 lockdown, church, synagogue and mosque leaders reopened their trusty Zoom accounts and got back into the business of virtual services.

The congregations swept up in the Delta cluster of nearly 700 cases have been working even harder to keep up their spirits this lockdown…

Read the full story, which includes NZ Jewish Council spokesperson Juliet Moses talking about the Jewish community, on STUFF here.