People might not be able to go to church during these uncertain times, but All Saints Anglican Church Moree Vicar Reverend Phillip Brown doesn't want that to stop people from praying.
In an effort to show that the church is still here for people and to provide some form of comfort during the current coronavirus pandemic, Reverend Brown has decided to ring the bells at 9am every morning from Friday, March 27.
This will provide everyone in town with the opportunity to pray together at that time if they wish.
"We can't connect in person but when you hear this bell, you'll know the Vicar of All Saints and the ministry are all praying and you can join in these prayers," Reverend Brown said.
"Even though the doors are shut, the church is still active. We're still praying and we're still active.
"We're committed to keeping to prayer over this time, praying this will stop and praying for our town."
All Saints Anglican Church campanologist, or bell ringer, Lorne McFarlane will be ringing the bells at 9am every day.
The Moree community is invited to join in prayer from wherever they are when they hear the bells ring.