Brother, can you spare a sanctuary?

Here's an example of responding to a natural disaster:

From The Leaf Chronicle:

Wind, fire, flood — Clarksville has its share of disasters. It also has a strong sense of how to respond to those disasters, demonstrated nowhere more strongly than at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.

Immaculate Conception most recently came to the aid of Bethlehem United Methodist Church when its Gothic revival, all-wood sanctuary, built in 1900, burned down after being struck by lightning on July 15, 2009.

Bethlehem wasn't about to give up. Members first set up worship under two large shade trees at 1324 Gholson Road, and then spent the next few months trying out various housing options.

Then Immaculate Conception offered a sanctuary — literally.

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