Fair Bluff Baptists dedicate flood-damaged sanctuary, again

Fair Bluff Baptists dedicated a flood-damaged sanctuary Sunday for the second time in 20 months.
By Allen Turner allenturner@nrcolumbus.com

Revised on: 06.11.2019 at 09:33 a.m.

Posted on: 06.11.2019 at 03:00 p.m. |


Members of the Fair Bluff Baptist Church gathered for the second time in about 20 months Sunday to dedicate a sanctuary that had been devastated by flood damage.

Interim church leader Phyllis Elvington, left, listens as vocalist Anne Jernigan delivers one of several musical selections Sunday.

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