OKLAHOMA CITY – This years’ “Quarantine Halloween” was a little weird for everyone, including churches who use the sugar-filled holiday as an outreach.
Bible Methodist Church in Oklahoma City started it’s “Candy Through the Bible” night a few years ago. The concept of this “trunk-or-treat” involves decorating cars in a parking lot and having children go from car-to-car to get candy as opposed to the door-to-door “trick or treat” activity.
This year, the church had a drive-through version of the “Candy Through the Bible” event. Visitors could get a speaker which had a track for each station that told about the Biblical story associated with each candy stop.