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Texas church under fire has caused a stir across the state. The Stonewall County Fire Department has contained the blaze to the main building of the Stonewall County Baptist Church.

Fortunately, there were no injuries or significant property damage. The congregation of about 60 attends the Stonewall County Baptist Church each Sunday.

This past Sunday, the church held service in its Family Life Center, which is only about 12 feet from the main building.

In the aftermath of the fire, members of the congregation have been engaged in intense prayer. Follow chopnews to get more updates

Texas church under fire

On Saturday, the Second Baptist Church in Ranger, Texas went up in flames. The three-story church was destroyed, with the third floor caved in. Smoke and water caused severe damage, and the fire spread quickly.

The pastor of Second Baptist thanked the volunteers and the community for its support and prayed for the wildfire victims.

This morning, the congregation held an outdoor service to pray for those who lost their homes in the blaze.

The fire caused extensive damage to the downtown of Ranger, Texas. In addition to the church, the police department and some historic buildings also burned.

The church suffered significant smoke damage. However, the congregation will meet for worship in the parking lot next Sunday, according to WFAA.

The church is still evaluating its next service location. A video of the blaze is available. Fire crews are still putting water on the church to prevent it from rekindling.

Little Hope Baptist Church in Canton

A fire destroyed part of the Little Hope Baptist Church in Canton, Texas on Jan. 1. The cause of the fire had not been publicly stated when surveillance began and no one would have known about it unless the person who set it was the person who was able to access the information.

During the investigation and rebuilding process, the church lost around 20 percent of its attendance. Now, the congregation is working to recover those lost members.

In a move that was not completely surprising, ATF agents called Brianna Wilbanks and visited her grandmother’s house. She explained to the agents that her husband, Richard Wilbanks, had told her that some of his friends were setting churches on fire.

However, Richard Wilbanks assured her he was only joking. As a result, she was suspicious of this behavior and called the ATF.

Saint Christopher by the Sea Episcopal Church in Genoa

St. Christopher is a Christian martyr. His name also includes Agios Khristophoros and Agios Christoforos. He was killed by the Romans Decius and Maximinus Daia in the third century.

The confusion over his name is partly due to the fact that the saint has many different names.

By the seventh century, churches and monasteries were named for him. The name Saint Christopher was also used to refer to a church in Egypt.

The charred roof of Saint Christopher by the Sea Episcopal Church is a visible sign that the church is on fire. Firefighters are spraying the front of the building with a hose.

Firefighters have been unable to control the flames, and a man stands in front of the church, which has a bell tower. To get to the scene, you can use Google Maps to locate the church.

Russell Memorial United Methodist Church in Sutherland Springs

As the community mourns, the victims of the Nov. 5 church shooting are remembered with flowers. Flowers cover the seats of the 26 white chairs, which have roses on them. Some seats have teddy bears on them.

The funeral took place inside the church. Sandy Ward, who attended the church with her daughter, said the victims of the shooting were all children. She said she was waiting to hear the names of the other people who died.

In the aftermath of the fire, the church is reopening its doors. The church’s reopened as a memorial. A walk-through film was created to document damage and assess the damage. The video was invaluable during the insurance process.

Organizers of the church spent 72 hours painting the sanctuary. In addition to the white walls, there are 26 folding chairs with the names of the victims in gold cursive.

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