Broken Windows, Not Broken Faith

By: Natalie Shepherd
By: Natalie Shepherd

Four Grand Ledge churches were vandalized last Thursday, but Sunday the churches held services as usual.

Grand Ledge police estimate the cost of the vandalism to be in the tens of thousands of dollars. It took churches most of the weekend to get all of broken glass cleaned up. But it didn't dampen the faith of those attending church.

Stained glass windows at the First United Methodist Church of Grand Ledge were broken. Sound equipment and windows were broken at the Church of Nazarene. Bibles were destroyed at both churches.

The Baptist and Penecostal Churches in Grand Ledge were also vandalized. Police do not have any suspects in the case.


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