Grace family church is moving out of Corus Christi and into a more central location.
The church, located in the historic downtown church building, has been in operation for about 50 years.
The move comes after the church was hit by an arson fire in August.
“It’s been an emotional roller coaster,” said Grace’s pastor, Brian Jones.
“We have been in constant need of help for quite some time now.
We have lost our building and we are going to need to rebuild the church.
“There’s been a lot of pressure on us to close, but I think we’ve done the right thing and we’ve got a place where we can still offer the worship service that we need.” “
The church has become a magnet for tourists and locals alike. “
There’s been a lot of pressure on us to close, but I think we’ve done the right thing and we’ve got a place where we can still offer the worship service that we need.”
The church has become a magnet for tourists and locals alike.
The new location will provide a better living and working environment for the congregation.
“In the last few months, it’s been really hard for the staff and for me personally, and it’s really difficult for all of us to live in this building,” said Jones.
For decades, Grace has offered worship services at the historic Corus church.
It is also the home of the Corus family, a Christian family whose heritage dates back to 1769.
It was the birthplace of a famous Presbyterian minister, Dr. Joseph Corus.
The congregation has a long history, dating back to 1838.
But in recent years, the church has faced some financial challenges, with the church closing its doors for nearly two years.
“For us to do this, we have to be able to offer worship services.
I think our prayers and our prayers for the future have been answered,” said Bishop David Jones.
The pastor says the new location, with its proximity to downtown Corus, will allow Grace to offer services closer to the church’s current location.
“The church is a sanctuary for worship,” said Dave Jones.
He said it will allow the church to continue offering services, and to continue to hold weekly worship services and events, as well as continue to host special events for the local community.
“That will give us the ability to keep providing those services in a way that will bring in more visitors and support the church in its mission,” he said.
“As the church grows, that’s going to help us grow.”