Rev. Kramer had was known as a tireless advocate in the aftermath of the storm. He helped animate a number of ministries that continue to thrive for the benefit of locals, all while convincing parishioners that a building of their own was less important than to strive for selfless service.
When disaster struck in the form of fire, one congregation decided to work its way through the pain. Another affected church, connected to the same wrongdoer and a victim of the same crime, appears to be teetering on the verge of non-existence.
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