Fast food joints have them. Banks and pharmacies have them. So why not churches, too?

Drive-thrus may not be the most traditional route to get folks in church, but it’s working in the town of Lucas, in southeast Collin County.

On Sunday, for the first time ever, under the glaring Texas sun, in near triple-digit heat, churchgoers like Gene Schulle grabbed a worship bulletin, tuned their car radios, and focused on the view in front of them.

“This is the first time I’ve ever worn shorts to church,” said a giggling Schulle.

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