After making the switch to video streaming their services, the city's churches are looking to bring back regular services this weekend.
Up to 50 people have been allowed in places of worship this week.
The first Sunday services for the Anglican Diocese of the Riverina begin on June 7, however it won't be exactly as parishioners remember.
Bishop of Riverina, the Right Reverend Donald Kirk said there would be no signing but there would social distancing and plenty of hand sanitiser available, as well as records of each parishioner would be kept.
Despite the rules, Bishop Kirk said he was pleased regular services could resume.
When services were restricted to just 10 people during May, Bishop Kirk said many Anglican priests offered multiple mid-week services to suit as many people as possible.
For those who weren't comfortable leaving home there were home visits and pew bulletins via email with Bible readings and what was happening around the parish.
"Priests have put a fairly old technology to use and have been using the telephone," Bishop Kirk said.
Father Andrew Grace said the Catholic parish of Sacred Heart had worked to keep things as normal as possible.
But there precautions including a focus on hand hygiene and Holy Communion would be only be delivered into people's hands.
After streaming Easter services on the internet, Fr Grace said regular Mass were streamed three times a week and four times on the weekend.
He said a national and global audience had tuned into the services with many ex-Griffith residents tuning in.
Sacred Heart's hall has been linked to the church which means parishioners can be spread out evenly for Sunday Mass this weekend.
For Griffith's Sikhs, COVID-19 rules meant the washing of Nishan Sahib (Sikh flag) with milk during the Festival of Vaisakhi in April had to be postponed.
"Morning and evening service have been live streamed since the lockdown and it is very well received by the Sikh community as temporary measure for safety of the community," Gurdwara Singh Sabha president Parshotamn Singh said.