Comment on ‘Come As You Are in the Family Car.’ Drive-In Church Services Are Taking Off During the Coronavirus Pandemic

‘Come As You Are in the Family Car.’ Drive-In Church Services Are Taking Off During the Coronavirus Pandemic

When pastor Frank Carl delivers a sermon at Genoa Church in Westerville, Ohio, he typically hears a chorus of “amens.” On Sunday, he instead heard a deafening blast of honks. And Carl wasn’t at the pulpit—he was about 25 feet off the ground on a scissor lift. “It’s not what I had in mind when I accepted a higher calling,” he told TIME of the experience, laughing. This bizarre method of preaching wasn’t carried out for the sake of vanity or experimentalism, but rather as a compromise in the face of restrictions caused by a virus that has upended virtually every part of life around the globe.

 

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