HUMMELSTOWN, Pa. (WHTM) — One Dauphin County church introduced a new tradition to its service.
The Bridge Church of Hummelstown had a live tattooing during Sunday’s sermon.
It is part of the “Ink’d Life Connection” series.
The series is about how people are “inked” in the image of God.
Justin Douglas, lead pastor at The Bridge Church says, “We’re the type of church who do kind of different things. We’re not afraid to test the boundaries. So, that’s what we did today.”
The Bridge meets every Sunday at Lower Dauphin Middle School.