A Warrnambool church has ensured its parishioners have been connected to their faith during the coronavirus lock-down.
The Warrnambool Presbyterian Church has been filming its weekly services and uploading the footage on YouTube and making it available on their Facebook page.
Senior Pastor Reverend Ben Johnson said the services had proved popular.
"The services have been well received," Reverend Johnson said.
"People really appreciate that we've brought church right into their homes."
Reverend Johnson said now that restrictions had been eased, up to 10 people could watch the service from the church and other parishioners were inviting other congregation members to their homes to watch the video.
In addition to Reverend Johnson's mass, other church goers had been filming readings from home and sharing them for the weekly video.
Reverend Johnson said a number of people were seeking answers to some of their questions surrounding the coronavirus and were pleased services were continuing.
"I think everybody is asking questions about what is important," he said.
Reverend Johnson said the videos allowed some people to watch the service who had previously been unable to attend church.
"We've had people watching the services who don't usually come to church," he said.
Reverend Johnson said services would return to normal once 20 people were allowed to attend.
However, the services will continue to be filmed.
"We will Zoom the services at the same time," Reverend Johnson said.
He said the restrictions had opened the parish's eyes to some of the options available to engage with members of the faith.
Religious organisations are allowed to open services up to 10 people as long as social distancing restrictions are allowed.
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