A few hundred Christians didn't let the coronavirus lockdown stop them as they held a Good Friday mass at a drive-in film in Germany.
It was held in Düsseldorf, where individuals remained in their vehicles to tune in to the ecumenical festival on the radio.
"I would have needed to be at the chapel, however that is unimaginable at present, as a result of the pandemic," vicar Frank Heidkamp revealed to AFP news organization.
"We are attempting to keep our locale together with this drive-in administration."
In Germany, gatherings of multiple individuals are prohibited from meeting under social separating measures to stop the spread of the infection.
Düsseldorf chairman Thomas Geisel has offered the utilization of the drive-in film, which is right now shut, to the city's strict figures.
Tickets are free and accessible on the web. They should be checked at the film's passage, through the vehicle's window, which must stay shut.
During the drive-in administration, clerics remain on a little stage to peruse holy messages. They are then permitted to proceed to address individuals inside the sensible separation of their vehicle.
"God is happy that individuals miss him. He would most likely have needed a chapel gathering, however since that is preposterous, I figure God will be glad as things seem to be," Heidkamp said.
Alice Courek, a nearby going to the administration, revealed to AFP that since she was unable to see family, she thought "it was a good thought to accomplish something else for Easter".
"I miss individual contact, strict administrations, talking with the different faithful," Reinold Welbers, a 53-year-old neighborhood, said. "We are not used to this, yet perhaps it can work."
Düsseldorf's drive-in film will invite a Catholic mass on Easter Sunday and a Protestant mass on Monday.