But don't worry - it isn't necessary
A month ago, when I realised what had happened, I wrote: "As a small but significant instance; keep a particular eye on what happens to government regulation of Christian church 'gatherings'..." In the UK churches are shut, and all their significant activities have ceased.
Meanwhile, essential institutions - such as supermarkets and hardware shops - remain open.
Ergo: Churches have been officially classified as inessential: declared so by the government; and their inessential nature is fully-agreed (without any peep of official resistance, or even reluctance, or demand for time-limit) by the church leadership.
So it is not me who is asserting that Christian churches are inessential: it is the churches themselves.
It turns-out that (according to the churches) Man can live by bread (and plant pots) alone, after all!
Or, at any rate, our essential spiritual sustenance officially does Not require a church.