Demolition got underway Tuesday in Washington on a historic church that was gutted by fire earlier this year.
The First Christian Church on Second Street in Washington went up in flames back on April 28.
We spoke with Bryan Ross -- the head of properties -- back in July.
He told us that there were two possible locations for rebuilding -- where the church currently sits -- or on the property across the street used as a parking lot.
We're told that congregation members watched at noon today as the demo process began.
Sad news to update regarding an historic church that was gutted by fire.
First Christian Church on Second Street in Washington went up in flames back on April 28. Bryan Ross, head of properties, says the building will have to come down. He doesn't know when that will happen.
Ross also says the church will be rebuilt in two possible locations including where the church currently sits, or on the property across the street that was used as a parking lot.
Ross says the church bought a nearby home on Academy Street to use as offices. WITN will keep you posted on any future developments.
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