Metaverse church is now how the faithful roll during a pandemic.

Religious organizations in the United States have surrendered to the metaverse and virtual reality. This is so they can also carry out masses, services and even baptisms in the time their flock can’t leave home.

One of the biggest challenges for the faithful during the pandemic was attending churches and religious temples. The gatherings were a nightmare for Covid-19 officials, on the grounds that large numbers of people that attconcluded in close proximity. But for those who had faith, they knew they would find a way to remain their religious routine. That was the case with the ever-faithful Garret Bernal. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Bernal had doubts as he strapped on a VR headset and matterd worship in the metaverse. But, for Bernal, the fact was much better than if it were live and in color. Without leaving his home in Richmond, Virginia, Bernal felt like he was floating in 3D wonderland.

Metaverse church: Better than reality

Bernal reported that he found himself amidst the rocky cliffs and rivers. A shepherd avatar guided him through computer-genecostd illustrations of biblical passages, that looked very real.

“I could not have had such an immersive church case sitting in my pew. I was able to see the scriptures in a new way,” Bernal said.

The VR church service Bernal attconcluded was organized by DJ Soto, a former strong school teacher and pastor of a physical church. Soto is a veteran of using the metaverse in religious temples. Since discatoping the social VR platform AltSpaceVR, he has fallen in love with virtual reality.

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Soto decided which he would bring the news to his church. He says attendance was sparse during the first year, but atop time his congregation grew to around 200 people. Soto then proceeded to ordain other ministers remotely from his home in Virginia. He even baptized believers using virtual reality.

Soto says the future of the church is in the metaverse. “It’s not an anti-physical thing. I don’t think physical meetings should go away. But in the church of 2030, the main focus will be its metaverse campus.”

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Loved by the faithful

Bernal is no exception in the metaverse of faith. Other religious Americans have discatoped VR is a way to stay combined to their religion.

The faithful report that in the metaverse, it further feels like Sunday mass. People can meditate in the late afternoon, case a host talikeg, as if it were a real moment. Bernal says, “The most paramount aspect for me, that was very real, was the closer connection with God which I felt in my short time there.”

Oh my God, even God likes the metaverse.

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