DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Leaders of the Wheatland United Methodist Church in Dallas say they are heartbroken after the church was hit with back-to-back incidents of vandalism.
Pastor Montreal Martin told CBS 11 his church has endured a lot lately, including burglary, theft, fire and graffiti in the past week and a half.READ MORE: 15-Year-Old Critically Injured In Shooting At Timberview High Released From The Hospital
Pastor Martin said it’s frustrating, but is encouraging members to stay faithful and hopeful.
“They have temporarily burnt down an opportunity for those students, but God is up to something. God is up to something,” he said.READ MORE: More Than A Dozen Texas Congressmen Complain About Mexico Energy Changes
Pastor Martin said gardening and sound equipment was stolen and two buildings were burned down, including a laundry facility for local students.
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