RIVERSIDE (CBSLA) — Online services have become the norm for houses of worship during the coronavirus pandemic.

Palm Sunday, a Christian observance that falls on the Sunday before Easter, will look different for congregations around the world as churches turn to live streams.

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Harvest Christian Fellowship, a church in Riverside, is getting an even more unusual commemoration with a virtual drop-in from the White House.

President Donald Trump said during a news conference Saturday that he would tune into the service.

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“I think the President is doing the best job he can. He is surrounding himself with experts… and he is taking their advice,” said senior pastor Greg Laurie.

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The church says though Trump will be watching online like other worshippers, he is not expected to address the congregation.