Drivers in Wichita, Kan., had their prayers answered on Saturday, when an area church filled up hundreds of gas tanks for free.
Kingdom Harvest Church officials said the event, which was co-hosted by a local radio station, offered $20 worth of free gas to the first 250 cars to arrive at a gas station, The Wichita Eagle reported.
According to the publication, the funds were donated to the project by the church's congregation in observance of the upcoming Easter holiday.
"We thought we could bless the most people through gas," Pastor DeAndre Morris told the newspaper.
Organizers said that church members, police and other volunteers managed the line -- with wait times averaging two hours -- and pumped the gas.
"Some people can't afford gas, especially now that it's gone up to $3.75," driver Keesha Whitsett told the paper. "This is nice. It's nice for everybody."