Tori Roloff, Zach, and the kids attended the first Christmas church service at 26 West Church on Sunday. Fans know that Tori’s a Christian and in fact, she got baptized last year. So, the opportunity to attend church again sat very well with her. But, one probably doesn’t need to freak out. It looks like everyone took a lot of care with masks.
Tori Roloff loved the Christmas service
We reported that Tori became baptized in March this year. But, the family attended church for a long time. One day, she just felt that calling to go that extra step. And, her followers seemed pleased for her. So obviously the chance for celebrating Christmas with her friends and congregation made her feel wonderful. Well, according to her Instagram post this Sunday at least.
Tori Roloff captioned her post with, “So ‘Christmas Eve’ at church looked a little different this year but I’ve never been more grateful to share the good news with people who I love most.” Next, she explained how they all “dressed up” for the occasion. making sure they took along their masks. There, they all enjoyed singing “through [their] masks.”
Christmas magic despite the coronavirus
The Little People, Big World star noted, “I’ve found more Christmas magic this year than I have in a long time.” Then, she explained how finding peace can’t come from “within” people. But, it comes from her “relationship with God.” Tori said that the “joy of Jesus” is evident in both of the kids. So, she feels very “grateful” about that. Finally, she thanked the 26 West Chruch for their special “Christmas Eve service.”
One LPBW fan told Tori Roloff, “Well said! It is a terrible year, with some beautiful moments and special feelings in it that we never forget! Here in Holland, [all the churches] are closed so we listen in our home. But it’s okay. It’s also special.🙏.”
Other Little People, Big World fans talked about missing services in church for a very long time now. Meanwhile, others talked about the kids and Tori Roloff. One TLC follower commented, “You are a great mommy Tori. It’s precious how your children love & know Jesus. You’re teaching them well. ❤️ Peace comes when you have a Savior. Merry Christmas. 🎄.”
Safe worship during COVID-19
In November, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown brought in some restrictions on church gatherings. Rules “allowed churches to have a maximum of 100 people indoors or 250 people outdoors.” On the Instagram page for 29 West Church, their photos revealed everyone wore their masks. And, it didn’t look overcrowded. So hopefully, everyone stays healthy.
The church that Tori Roloff her family attend also plans a Christmas service on Christmas Eve proper. But, it will be a special online version watch party.
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