Epicenter Church takes Easter service to parking lot
1/5: While preaching, Segovia pointed toward the cross on the left side of the building as a reminder of the sign Christians look toward for healing.
2/5: The Epicenter Church parking lot saw a crowd of approximately 50 cars for a special drive-in Easter service after three weeks of online services. Photos by Rebecca Mitchell/Pioneer Journal
3/5: Floyd Suhl (pictured) and Ron Malone directed cars and arranged the parking lot for cars to remain six feet away.
4/5: Cars were lined into the street as people listened to songs such as, "O Praise the Name," "King of Kings" and "Death Was Arrested."
5/5: As one of the volunteers, Ruth Richter set out kids bags with a flower pot and seed, coloring book, crayons and candy. Cars picked up the bags in front of the post office before heading into the parking lot. Adults also received a bag with a worship program, pen, a flower pot and seed, candy and "The Life Book."