Here's how churches observed Good Friday during the coronavirus pandemic

A nun sits among empty pews at the Good Friday celebration at the Mother Teresa cathedral on April 10, 2020, in Pristina, Kosovo.

(CNN)Churches across the nation and world are celebrating Good Friday differently this year.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread around the world, churches are finding alternative ways to commemorate the day Jesus Christ was crucified.
Worshipers in Germany attended service at a drive-in movie theater, with the actual service playing on the radio.
City dean pastor Frank Heidkamp talks to visitors of the service in the car at a Düsseldorf drive-in cinema.
In Indonesia, worshipers celebrated by live streaming a service.
    A family attends a prayer from their home during Good Friday service through live internet streaming on April 10, 2020, in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
    In Washington, DC, and London, church leaders held a service via live stream.
    Rev. Patrick Mahoney, director of the Christian Defense Coalition, kneels in prayer as he livestreams a Good Friday service on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol on April 10, 2020, in Washington, DC.
    The Very Reverend Andrew Nunn, Dean of Southwark Cathedral delivers the Good Friday morning Prayer via a live video broadcast on April 10, 2020, in London, England.
      Pope Francis presided over a Good Friday ceremony at St. Peter's Square in The Vatican despite lockdown measures in Italy.
      Pope Francis presides over Good Friday's Way of the Cross (Via Crucis) at St. Peter's Square in The Vatican on April 10, 2020.
      A small group met at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, which went up in flames last year, and held a 40-minute service. Some of the attendees wore hazmat suits and masks.