A North Tulsa church welcomed community members Saturday with a prayer drive-thru.
"The whole idea is to be able to spread the love of God, and prayer works. People are hurting everywhere and especially when all the bad news is going on in the north side of Tulsa. I just felt I had to bring some good news to people," said organizer Myechia Love.
Love, along with about 30 volunteers, put together the event at Keys of the Kingdom Church in North Tulsa. They offered a "prayer menu," offering Bible passages for different ideas, like Faith and Salvation.
Once drivers prayed in the drive-thru, they were welcome to browse through donated clothing items and food. The clothing came from churchgoers and the Food Bank donated some of the food.
"I wish there were a lot more people out in the world like them, honestly," said one woman who attended the event. "The world's not in a good place right now, and we need people like this everywhere."
Love did not know that Saturday is coincidentally "Make a Difference Day," but she said the message of the drive-thru event ties into that nicely.
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