The RFK Stadium parking lot in southeast D.C. is turned into a church drive-in sanctuary as Greater Mount Calvary Holy Church holds Sunday service on Sept. 20. Socially distancing was the etiquette and church members waved flags, honked car horns and praise-danced around their cars. (Shevry Lassiter/The Washington Informer)
The RFK Stadium parking lot in southeast D.C. is turned into a church drive-in sanctuary as Greater Mount Calvary Holy Church holds Sunday service on Sept. 20. Socially distancing was the etiquette and church members waved flags, honked car horns and praise-danced around their cars. (Shevry Lassiter/The Washington Informer)

Nice story about the “Drive-in Church Experience.” One thing about this pandemic is that it has shifted people and organizations from doing the same old thing all the time. Variety is the spice of life. With that being said, I’m sure members of the church enjoyed the change of pace for a Sunday service and I wouldn’t be surprised if they kept it going — on occasion, of course — in the future.

Monica Griggs
Washington, D.C.

Words of Wisdom

I loved that profound and timely quote by the masterful Johnnie Cochran Jr. in your Words to Live By section. “What we have in this country is the appearance of justice.”

Kezi Ude
Washington, D.C.

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