Members of the EndTime Revival Tabernacle proved that church is not just a building Sunday afternoon.
Church members took over a five-acre spot west of town to hold a community church service that saw over 50 vehicles parked in front of a impromptu stage.
“With all that’s going on now you can’t go into a building and we wanted to get a plan where you can worship the Lord and not get out of your vehicles,” said Sonny Farrow. He said it was a spur of the moment idea they want to do more.
“This way we can follow the rules and regulations. We would like to pack this place up and have cars filling the parking lot and lining up on the highway,”Sonny Farrow said. “The world is full of darkness and we are trying spread the light on it. There’s a lot of positives that are going to come out of this negative.
The service included several gospel music selections as well as an uplifting message delivered to the people sitting in their cars.
The entire service was also being shown live on the EndTime Revival Tabernacle Facebook page. The church is located south of Henryetta on Dustin Road.