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Tornadoes Affect Anglican Churches in the Midwest

This last weekend, worshipers at churches in the Diocese of Quincy had their services interrupted by warning sirens, and hurriedly made their way downstairs. Their churches were spared, but one of the largest tornadoes to hit Illinois in 60 years devastated parts of Tazewell County, south of Peoria. The diocese is coordinating a relief effort for those who lost their homes in the storm. You can learn more here: For more info see:

Later that same day, Christ the King Anglican Church in Kokomo, Indiana lost it’s worship space and all of their belongings as a tornado destroyed the mall in which they meet. Thankfully, no one was present in the space when the storm hit. As the congregation begins the process of finding a new space you are invited to pray and donate items that are needed for worship. You can learn more here:


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