A Florida church is allowing its parishioners to pull up and tune in to Sunday service.

At Daytona Beach Drive In Christian Church, drivers park their cars facing the balcony of an old drive-in theater. They can hear the service by switching on their radios and tuning in to a local station.

The Sunday service draws a crowd of 650-700 people.

“I think we’re just meeting a new generation where they are, and we love our cars and we love to be in them, and why not come to worship and be where you’re comfortable and be with others who are feeling the same way?” Senior Pastor Bob Kemp-Baird said on “Fox and Friends” this morning.

Kemp-Baird said it has been a big adjustment getting used to preaching to drivers.

“I just have to remind myself that there are people behind those windshields, and they’re people just like people in any church – people who are celebrating, people who are hurting, and people who need a message of love and hope and grace for their lives,” he said.

Watch his full interview above.

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