While the grip of COVID-19 may be loosening, Easter Sunday again felt the effects of pandemic restrictions, as much of the business of the day was conducted from inside vehicles.

The Rev. Robert Zimmerman delivered his Easter sermon to the parking lot of Westgate Baptist Church in Lancaster, where congregants listened from inside or next to their cars. The Easter service marked a full year since Westgate began holding church services outdoors.

For many, Easter dinner was eaten at a safe social distance as well. Angelena Moldovan delivered a meal to one of the many vehicles queued up outside Gus’s Keystone Family Restaurant in Mount Joy on Sunday. The restaurant offered the meals to customers for free.

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