I live in an area where there is no church for Unitarian Universalists. We travel to a UU church in the nearest city a few times a year, but I also belong to a "cyberchurch" that has an online component and sends religious materials to the homes of people who can not attend a brick and mortar church. I was wondering if other faiths have similar "cyberchurch" or "church at home" set ups, and if so, how do they work? If you belong to one, what materials and services do you receive?
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