Thank goodness the true state of affairs, although dire enough, is not quite so damning.
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This news, although disturbing, is not a death knell for the church. Beilke states: "We understand that so many of our friends and neighbors depend upon this building as a part of their weekly or daily lives. We want to assure them of our confidence that there is a way forward and that this damage is repairable. We are unsure of a timeline as of now. But we are working diligently to ensure that the building is functional and approachable as soon as possible."
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