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Tennessee church at home in new building following fire


McClellan Avenue Church of Christ now has a new building to replace the one destroyed by fire last year. From left are preacher Andre Massengile, church members Marty Gribble, Charlie Wester and Scottie Roberts, general contractor Max Carter and architect Morris Mabry. (Photo by Ty Kernea via Herald-Citizen)

As seen in the Cookeville, Tenn., Herald-Citizen:

The McClellan Avenue Church of Christ is finally home again, now in a new building replacing the one which was destroyed by fire last year.
And while they know and have proven that the true church is the congregation, not the building, they are very happy to have the new facility and they are grateful for all the help they have received over the past year or so.
“God showed up and showed out,” said minister Andre Massengile, referring to the blessing of having a new building with more usable space after being without a church home base for over a year.

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