ASHEBORO, N.C. -- A Triad church is getting creative to keep services going.

The Central Carolina Community Church made the switch to curbside services. Members drive into the parking lot and stay at least six feet apart. Lead Pastor Edward Arroyo preaches from a stage built at the front of the church.

Arroyo says, "since we can't gather together in small numbers, and we can't gather together indoors, let's take it outside."

The pastor says his congregation is excited and they're adapting to the changes.

"We're an 18-year-old church and it's been a long time since we've had this kind of excitement happening, but it's been amazing," Arroyo said.

He's even seen members arriving earlier, to make sure they get a good spot for service. Members say it's important to come together safely, even when they are apart.

"I feel like it's really good for the church and for everyone to be here to be able to worship and stuff together," says church member Riley Adams.

With Easter just a week away, C4 is prepared to welcome the masses.

"We're going bigger. We're going to have a full band and a full trailer, and we're just going to do what we can to remind the community that even though COVID-19 has canceled a lot of things, it hasn't canceled the Resurrection," says Arroyo.

Central Carolina Community Church holds one service every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. If there's inclement weather, service will most likely be streamed on their Facebook page.