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Beltsville Broncos Pathfinders conduct a Drive-in church service


Dorothy Illangovan, a 15-year-old student and main coordinator of the drive-in church service, speaks to the crowd of attendees.

The Beltsville Seventh-Day Adventist Church had a first ever drive-in church service on Saturday March 6, 2021 at 3 pm. It was completely organized and run by 10- to 17-year-old kids, who are members of Beltsville Broncos pathfinder club. People came for the service and stayed in their cars. About 30 cars lined up in the parking lot for the service. A stage was set up for this service and clear instructions were posted for the attendees. The audio for the service was transmitted through FM transmitter. Attendees were able to tune in and listen in their own cars as they watched the service in the stage. At the end of the service the attendees applauded with an exuberant honking of the car horns. It was a blessed experience for everyone.

Members of the Pathfinders give instructions and direct traffic at The Beltsville Seventh-Day Adventist Church first ever drive-in church service.

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