Harlingen church adapts to drive-in services amid stay-at-home orders
Parishioners at Treasure Hills Presbyterian Church are working to adapt to social distancing regulations amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Pastor Charlie Palmer believes drive-in church services are the safest route.
When churches closed down, Palmer says services at his church continued both virtually and through a dial-in conference call.
Palmer says although everyone is looking forward to the day things can return to normal, for now the church will continue sharing their message through virtual and drive-in services.
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