East Texas Church Transports Seniors In Stretch Limo

Posted on October 7, 2015

Gladys Weems, 91, had moved to an assisted living center. She used a walker and could no longer drive.

The church she attends, Clawson Assembly of God in the East Texas town of Pollok, had long been central to her life. The church has buses. But Weems’ knees wouldn’t allow her to climb into any of them.

“I don’t go up any stairs,” she says.

She had no other way to get to church, until the church found a funeral home selling a used limousine.

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