A Lexington Federal Judge has ruled that the state of Kentucky can allow churches to hold in-person services on Sunday, instead of the initial May 20 start date.
Federal Judge in Lexington has ruled that Kentucky must allow in-person church services now and not wait until May 20
— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) May 9, 2020
The Courier-Journal writes that Tabernacle Baptist Chruch located in Nicholasville, KY won a temporary restraining order preventing the orders put out by Gov. Andy Beshear to ban in-person services. All churches across the state can now hold in-person services. U.S. District Judge Greg Van Tatenhove made the ruling on Friday evening.