The First Church of the Banktified, in upstate South Carolina decided it’s time to move their church into the 21st century. Realizing that after missing months of bills and obligations, mostly due to families vacationing and such, the church decided to be a little more accommodating. After meeting with the Board of Elders and the Deacons, the pastor revealed that construction would begin immediately, to clear out 1 of the nursery classes and turn it into a drive=by depository. Since so many people are away during the summer months and all, the space could pay for itself by collecting tithes and offerings and donations, by allowing the parishioners to drop off their monies on their way out of town. “There’s nothing like leaving town, burden free,” declared Elder Johnnie Spivey. “It’s a nice feeling to know as you leave town and knowing you’ll be missing church, you can cast your cares and money to the church, and carry on, guilt free. Of course, the people must budget their vacations accordingly, else they may fall a dinner or a few drinks short during their down time. But, we are thankful for their generosity. And also, we’re happy that we can ease their conscience by taking their money before they leave town. It’s a win-win”, Spivey says.