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A chill(y) ride

October 17, 2013

BY JUSTIN MINYARD
news@dailytimesleader.com

A few years alone can present wear and tear to just about any object or building. As time passes, the corrosion persists and entropy is unavoidable.
Since its inception 75 years ago, the Gospel Lighthouse Church in West Point has endured that many years worth of decay. However, the dilemma is far from insoluble, and with the help of the Columbus chapter of the Christian Motorcycle Association, the GLC church hopes to add validity to this fact.
Long time churchgoer and current GLC pastor Tim Williams said the church is in desperate need of maintenance.
“We’ve inherited a building that has been standing for a while,” said Williams. “But it’s needing some repairs.”
Williams said he has been affiliated with the church all of his life. He said even his, aunt, Ruby Coleman formerly pastored at the very same church “years ago.”

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