Providers can be held this weekend in a number of Polk County church buildings which are lacking their steeples.
- Polk County church buildings cope with Irma injury
- Medulla Baptist Church should determine if it should substitute steeple
- At the least 4 church buildings suffered injury from Irma
Hurricane Irma blew the steeples off of no less than 4 church buildings within the county.
On the Medulla Baptist Church in Auburndale, the steeple punched a gap within the roof because it toppled to the bottom.
“We at the moment are deciding as a church if we should always exchange the steeple,” stated Pastor Mark Epperson. “Some individuals simply do not assume we’d like it anymore, however others just like the custom and need to maintain the steeple.”
A number of church steeples fell sufferer to Hurricane Irma. At the least four steeples in Polk County alone toppled off in the course of the storm. pic.twitter.com/aNBwp8mHg7
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The church is not the one one dealing with such monetary selections.
On the first United Methodist church in Auburndale, its coloured glass steeple landed within the timber.
“It is fortunate it did not do any injury to the roof when it fell off,” stated Joel Harshberger, the church trustee chairman. “The steeple value about $20,000. I do not know if it may be repaired or needs to be completely changed, however that’s some huge cash.”
The Lena Vista Methodist Church in Auburndale additionally misplaced its steeple within the hurricane, as did the First Baptist Church in Lake Wales.