- An undisclosed church decided to follow suit and hold a drive-in Sunday service for its congregation
- The church members came out in their posh rides and lined up very in rows with the pastor standing in front of them in a raised pulpit
- The pastor mentioned that even with the ease of not having to choose an outfit, some members still came home late
A church went viral after holding their Sunday service at a huge parking lot with the congregants sitting comfortably in their vehicles, in what was a drive-in sermon.
The unidentified church did not shut down fully during the global pandemic but decided to find a much safer way of meeting up and worshiping God.
The church members came out in their posh rides and lined up in rows with the pastor standing in front of them in a raised pulpit covered with a tent.
During the outdoor service, the pastor mentioned that even with them wearing whatever they wanted and not coming to church without many struggles, some still came late.
"You know its crazy, we have a drive-in church, y'all can wear what you want but some you still showed up late, but that's okay we love you," he quipped.
After prayers, the church members were asked to hoot as a response to symbolise amen, which is normally said at the end of every prayer.
This is just one of the things people around the world have to go through to avoid getting infected with COVID-19.
The disease has led to several guidelines that must be met, like social distancing- where a person has to stay a meter away from the other.
A group of five moms in Minnesota showed how serious they were observing the guidelines during a morning tea meeting.
Katherine Kaylor and her friends decided to meet up at an empty parking lot for a chat and at least get away from the kids at this time when every family is urged to stay at home.
They sat up at the back of their car boots as they talked and enjoyed their breakfast while chatting and telling stories about their changed life routine.
The parents went viral after sharing their story with netizens congratulating them for maintaining their friendship and following the stipulated guidelines to avoid the spread of the coronavirus disease.
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