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Dogs At The Drive-In Church

Dogs Are Welcome

img_0205-mediumDog getting dog boneIt is obvious that dogs like coming to the Drive-In Christian Church.  Maybe dogs like coming because of the Dog Biscuits or the fact that for a few minutes they can stretch out and rest.

Dog Biscuits On Arrival

img_0223-largeimg_0206-largeFrom the dog’s point of view, being offered a dog biscuit when you get there is a good thing.  A second or third dog biscuit is also provided by the Deacons when they make the rounds for the offering. 

Dog Biscuits During The Service

img_0224-mediumimg_0122-largeAll dogs know when to wake up and be on alert for the dog biscuits.  There are other things worthy of attention from a dog’s point of view, whether it is an opportunity to stretch out on the grass or keep watch on the dog in car next to you.

A Place To Walk

img_0168-mediumimg_0182-mediumChurch property is on the site of the old Neptune Drive In as addressed in a previous Tribune article detailing history of the Drive-In Christian Church.  Since there is plenty of room many dogs love to walk or romp or run.

img_0217-largeIt is clear that dogs appreciate the special effort to keep them happy at the Church!

News Flash – French TFI Television

French TFI Television

They were taking video footage for an upcoming segment on their network.
There certainly was a mixture of French and English dialogue and a good time was had by all.  Attached is a photo of the TFI team.

Drive-In Church — Established 1953

South Atlantic Avenue Entry To Church

South Atlantic Avenue Entry To Church

Directly across from the Atlantic Ocean on A1A in Daytona Beach, Florida is the Drive In Christian Church that was established on the site of the Neptune Drive-In Theater in 1953.  Did you ever want to go to church in a peaceful manner where you could just sit in your car and listen to the broadcast on low-power FM, drink coffee or water, and bring your dog too?  The congregation at the Drive-In Christian Church enjoys these weekly services led by minister Rev. Larry Deitch.

My wife and I have been attending these services for a couple of years.  Typically about 700 people come every week.  Morning weather is normally great in Daytona Beach.  Attending the 8:30 service we like to get situated in the first couple of rows.  The minister stands on the protected balcony at the altar building.  He is up high so everyone can see and if it is real sunny he will wear sun glasses.

In some ways the Drive-In Christian Church is traditional and in some ways not so traditional.  Bring your dog and everyone is welcome.  When the Deacons pick up the offering, they also provide dog bones to the pups in attendance.  Between services going into fellowship hall, converted from the original snack bar, gives you a chance to have donuts & coffee and chat with others. … Continue Reading

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