ALEXANDRIA, Va. (WJZ) — As students head back to school virtually, a Virginia church wanted to make sure their devices were ready for learning.

So on Sunday evening, Trinity United Methodist Church in Alexandria held what it billed as a “Blessing of the Chromebooks.”

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It wasn’t just Chromebooks; the church wrote on Facebook that anyone in any schooling could bring a computer or other supplies they’ll need to learn for the blessing.

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WUSA9 reports the blessings included “may their screens be strong and uncrackable, may their battery life be long, may their internet be strong.”

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Classes begin Tuesday for students in Alexandria City Public Schools.

CBS Baltimore Staff