During the recent crisis in our world, pastors have been forced to make difficult decisions regarding church services. Several God’s Missionary churches have found a creative alternative in drive-in services. While this may not be the right solution for every church, God has used these services to be a light in several communities across our nation.

The Beavertown God’s Missionary Church held a drive-in service this Sunday. A truck box trailer in front of the church was used as a makeshift platform. A report from The Daily Item can be read here.

The God’s Missionary church in Delmar, MD, pastored by Jeb Stigall, also held a drive-in service. A report from 47 ABC News can be read here.

Hamilton Heights GMC in Chambersburg, PA, pastored by Jeff Stratton and Terry Yoder, is also holding drive-in services.

We pray that God continues to use these services as a light in these dark times. Through prayers, phone calls, text messages, live streams, and other means, God is giving our pastors wisdom to shepherd the people of God and reach out to those who are most in need.

UPDATE (3/26): Alexandria GMC will also be holding drive-in services.
UPDATE (4/13): The God’s Missionary churches in Duncannon, Camp Hill, and Rome, NY are also holding drive-in services.