A friend of mine who works at a local church AND at my synagogue said he was amazed by how quickly the synagogue adapted to the Shelter-in-Place orders with services, Torah study and classes now online. He said his own church has been slower to make the changes. I too have been impressed by how quickly all the synagogue e-newsletters began sending out links for Jewish life activities. Those communities who accept the use of electronics on Shabbat have been holding Shabbat services, either with Facebook or Zoom or both. The Orthodox synagogues have done things like Havadalah from the rabbi's home and his Facebook page.
I've attended services and even shiva online. As an extrovert this is not my preferred method of socializing. But as a person who doesn't want to endanger others or myself, I have embraced looking for the good in this weird new way of life.
Take a look at our page What's New Page to see some of the online ideas you can access. We'll keep adding to the page.
Be strong, be brave, be safe and remember that Pikuach nefesh, saving lives, is the primary directive of Jewish tradition.