Easter services at some churches may mean the congregation keeps the motor running this year. “Some will run the engine to keep the car air-conditioner... Churches work around COVID-19 with drive-in services

Easter services at some churches may mean the congregation keeps the motor running this year. “Some will run the engine to keep the car air-conditioner on,” said Dr. Wayne Robertson, pastor of Morningside Baptist Church in Valdosta. With the arrival of the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic, some places of worship have turned to drive-in services to keep worshipers together — even with confusion among state officials as to whether these services are legal or not.

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