2013-09-12 / Local & State

Methodists Raze Building For New Fellowship Hall



Employees of T. Byers Excavating, Greencastle, begin the razing of the McConnellsburg United Methodist Church’s former parsonage on North. Second Street. Tuesday morning to make way for a new fellowship hall. Observing the work, right, are Methodist Church youth minister Jeremy Fletcher, attorney Jim Schall and Gene Stenger, Municipal Authority. The building project is expected to be completed in a year and a half. Employees of T. Byers Excavating, Greencastle, begin the razing of the McConnellsburg United Methodist Church’s former parsonage on North. Second Street. Tuesday morning to make way for a new fellowship hall. Observing the work, right, are Methodist Church youth minister Jeremy Fletcher, attorney Jim Schall and Gene Stenger, Municipal Authority. The building project is expected to be completed in a year and a half.

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