Presbyterians hold “uplifting service”

September 30, 2013
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A church member says Walhalla Presbyterians enjoyed an uplifting service—held across town from where a fire this month heavily damaged their long-time Main Street location. The Presbyterians worshipped yesterday in Oconee School District headquarters and, according to church spokesman Thomas Alexander, used part of their worship meeting to bring its members up to date on the latest information. According to Alexander, a decision has yet to be reached whether the Walhalla Presbyterian Church will rebuild on E. Main Street or elsewhere, though church members are encouraged that the main walls of the church appear to be left structurally sound. The Presbyterians have accepted an invitation to hold services at 11 this Sunday at the nearby West Union Presbyterian Chapel.

 

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