One Jacksonville church was surprised to find a different kind of vandalism when they arrived at their church in preparation for Sunday service.
News 4 Jax reports:
It happened at the United House of Prayer for All People on Beaver Street. Members say the vandalism won’t stop their mission.
Pastor Alonzo Cunningham and his wife were greeted by human waste smeared on the front door as they arrived at the church Saturday morning.
“Just unbelievable. I mean you can recognize what it is from the parking lot it’s unbelievable I couldn’t imagine,” said Cunningham.
It’s not just the doors that were left damaged. Lights that usually guide churchgoers to service were broken and thrown on the roof. A BBQ grill was also stolen.
“I would hate to think it’s something personal I would think someone would have some type of shortcoming mentally I don’t know I don’t know what it takes for someone to do something like this,” said Cunningham.
Members came out to help the pastor clean up, saddened but hopeful the person behind the vandalism would be caught.
Source: Black America Web | Krystal Franklin