Church Service in the Subway

NEW YORK – They are not always welcome, and most times catch straphangers off guard, but on any given day in New York City's subway, there is a colorful array of Christians expressing their faith in God among the dancers, musicians and the usual panhandlers and performers dotting the platforms and subway cars.
And with some 4.3 million people riding the trains daily and more than a billion going through the turnstiles each year, the audience completely trumps the pull of any megachurch in America.