WILLIAMSPORT, Ind. (WLFI) - Cars lined up at a Williamsport church for an Easter celebration Saturday afternoon.
It was the first annual "Easter Drive-Thru" at the Williamsport Christian Church.
Visitors drove through the church's parking lot, as church members of all ages re-enacted notable scenes from the Bible.
The drive-thru featured live animals, props and full costumes worn by the actors.
Church member Marilyn Foster said next year, they plan on making the drive-thru even bigger.
"So next year, we plan on going to the park and we're going to add a lot more scenes to it, and add a lot more people," said Foster. "It took about 50 people for the different scenes and we plan on having a lot more at the park next year."
The church offers both a contemporary service and a traditional service, not just on Easter Sunday, but all year round. Foster said all are welcome to attend.
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