Drive-in church service: Could this be the 'new normal'?

Drive-in church service: Could this be the 'new normal'?

Well-known Pastor, Paseka 'Mboro' Motsoeneng, did things differently on Sunday when he held a drive-through church service.

Pastor Mboro

Ever since the Coronavirus reared its ugly head, life as we know it has had to change and adjustments be made to comply with the regulations put in place.

This has led to many churches going the online route in order to hold Sunday morning services. But a different kind of service was held in Katlehong, Gauteng, at the Incredible Happenings Ministries on Sunday, 26 July.

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Believers were seen driving in and experiencing a service from their cars while their masks were on and windows half-open.

According to Daily Sun, Pastor Mboro prayed for members of the public and those who are members of his church while holding a speaker. A small number of congregants were inside the church; seated 1.5 meters apart.

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"I have no member of my church that I have buried due to corona. We need to partner and pray together against the virus. We cannot let corona kill us. We must take necessary precautions while using our faith," he was quoted as saying.

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