FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – A church in Plantation held a Sunday service adapted to the coronavirus pandemic.

Saint Benedict’s Episcopal Church held its first drive-thru mass. Parishioners were able to dial up Father Albert Cutie’s sermon on their car radios.

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This is the first time in five months the church has been able to gather on the property since COVID-19 restrictions.

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Up until Sunday, masses were streamed online.

“They’ve been watching us on Facebook seven days a week, with mass and leading prayers, but it’s not the same. When people come onto the property they feel like they’re coming home,” said Father Cutie.

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Father Cutie said Sunday’s drive-thru mass won’t be the last. He said they will continue to provide this new way of church until they are able to gather again safely.