Still some visible flames from what’s left of the roof over Walhalla Presbyterian Church, but the worst seems to have ended. Still, 600 E. Main remains a fire suppression scene, as well as a scene to investigate why this morning’s fire occurred. The state police are now there, but the Oconee fire chief says that’s routine any time fire strikes a South Carolina church. It was four summers ago that arson destroyed St. Luke United Methodist Church, across the street. That church was rebuilt, and a re-build, at least of some sort, is exactly what the Presbyterian Church will have to grapple with, according to information 96.3/WGOG NEWS learned near the scene. Look for the affected blocks of E. Main to be off-limits to motor vehicle traffic for much of the rest of the afternoon.