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An Adair church hard hit by latest snowstorm needs help

Weight of snow - see accompanying pictures, crashed roof into church floor, causing a huge mess. The Columbia Christian Church's Band of Brothers is pitching in at 8amCT, Saturday, February 20, 2016 to help at the church, Hungry House Ministry, 5354 Allen Schoolhouse Road, Columbia, KY, and invite others to to join in any way. The church was insured, but there's still an approximately $20,000 shortfall. If you can help with in-kind services, money or needed materials, call Tim Johnson at 270-585-2064.
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By Tim Johnson

News from Band of Brothers, Columbia Christian Church

A couple weeks ago, right after the last storm, I saw an article about a church in Adair County that had it's roof cave in in the last heavy storm. It is the Hungry House Ministry that met in a large building (the old chicken fighting and goat sales building) off of Allen School House Road.


It is huge and the outside walls are straight, it's just the weight of the snow crashed in the roof onto the church floor smashing the pulpit and making a wet mess.

Our church's men's group called the Band of Brothers went and surveyed the damage and will be helping them to dry-in a front area and clean up on this Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 8amCT.

I wanted to let the community know so that anyone and everyone who would like to help this relatively unknown church could join us.

The minister's name is Ronnie Rhodes and he has been there for 12 years.

The address of the church is 5354 Allen Schoolhouse Road, Columbia, KY. I have enclosed a couple of pictures and if anyone has questions they can call my cell at 270-585-2064.


This story was posted on 2016-02-16 09:50:38
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Hungry House Ministry needs help after snow collapsed roof



2016-02-16 - Hungry House Ministry, 5354 Allen Schoolhouse Road, Columbia, KY - Photo By Bobby Morrison, Columbia Christian Church, Band of Brothers.
Hungry House Ministry met in this 15,000 s.f. building (the old chicken fighting and goat sales building) off of Allen School House Road, but was hit during the snow storm in late January 2016. Weight of snow - see accompanying pictures - crashed the roof into church floor, causing a huge mess in the area behind the peak of the roof. The Columbia Christian Church's Band of Brothers is pitching in at 8amCT, Saturday, February 20, 2016 to help at the church and invite others to join in giving assistance in any way. The church was insured, but there's still an approximately $20,000 shortfall. Prayers will be greatly appreciated and if you can help with in-kind services, money or needed materials, call Tim Johnson at 270-585-2064. Above: Tim Johnson, Ronnie Rhodes, pastor; and Jordan Shelton. - TIM JOHNSON, Columbia Christian Church Band of Brothers

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CCC Band of Brothers asks help repairing Hungry House roof



2016-02-16 - Hungry House Ministry, 5354 Allen Schoolhouse Road, Columbia, KY - Photo By Bobby Morrison, Columbia Christian Church, Band of Brothers.
Hungry House Ministry church was hit during the snow storm in late January 2016. Weight of snow caused this huge mess. The Columbia Christian Church's Band of Brothers is pitching in at 8amCT, Saturday, February 20, 2016 to help at the church, Hungry House Ministry, 5354 Allen Schoolhouse Road, Columbia, KY, and invite all others - individuals, businesses - other churches to join in support in any way. The church was insured, but there's still an approximately $20,000 shortfall to restore it to its pre-snowstorm condition. If you can help with in-kind services, money or needed materials, call Tim Johnson at 270-585-2064. - TIM JOHNSON, Columbia Christian Church Band of Brothers

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