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PROOF! Steeplejacked church discovered

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

We have uncovered what Missouri Mid-South Associate Conference Minister John Dorhauer could not - evidence of a UCC church being Steeplejacked.

From the Somerset County Daily American:
In a profession where hard work is done at high altitudes, steeple jacks have to be ingenious climbers as well as skilled laborers and definitely can't be afraid of heights. Pedestrians who looked up while walking down Union Street in Somerset Monday may have seen Brian Phizacklea replacing slate on the highest parts of St. Paul's United Church of Christ. He was part of a crew from Shaw's Steeple Jacks of Johnstown.
Have a good Fourth of July!

(Photo Credit: Roger Vogel)

posted by UCCtruths, Tuesday, July 03, 2007


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