MASON MURAWSKI / MURAWSKI PHOTOGRAPHYLightHouse Church at Ordinary figured out a way to hold an Easter service for a crowd while maintaining social distance: a drive-in service. Sound was provided by large speakers and also through vehicle radios. At left, Bethany Davis plays a violin selection; right, the spaced-out vehicles and the stage. Several local churches tried the drive-up arrangement for one of the most meaningful services of the Christian year.
Much like other churches this Easter, LightHouse Worship Center, Hayes, held two drive-in Easter services in its parking lot.
“We chose to keep the structure of 8 and 10 a.m. services to accommodate our parishioners’ schedules and have ample space for anyone that wanted to participate,” said LightHouse Executive Pastor Bernie Gillott IV about the event. “The services provided something for every age group. There was multi-generational worship and special music. We had a message from our Lead Pastor, the Rev. Dr. Ken Cramer. We ...
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