By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – For the primary time since their church burned down two years in the past, the Sheraden United Methodist Church held a blessing of the animals.
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The blessing passed off on the web site of the previous church on Chartiers Avenue.
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Those with the church have stated they don’t want a constructing to proceed serving the group.
“Between the church burning down and then COVID within in the year, it has been a particularly difficult time for the people of the Sheraden United Methodist Church,” stated Reverend Kelly Smith. “But they are loving and care about the people around them so they are here and they are still working and serving.”
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To associate with the blessing, the church was additionally accepting donations for the Humane Animal Rescue League.