Vandalised church window irreparable, says secretary

Jun 6, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Selkirk Today

The window in St John's Episcopal Church, depicting a pastoral scene, was broken and its leading twisted between last Wednesday and Friday.

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Listen to the Word

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Again, rifle shot proof protective material is available for rather reasonable cost -- and lowers insurance premiums. I agree that it is a shame that churches have to protect themselves in this way, but the fact is that there are a lot of people who hate Christianity -- both conservative and liberal. There are also a lot of kids who have nothing better to do and whose parents are clueless as to where they are and what they are doing -- and don't seem to care.

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Listen to the Word wrote:
Again, rifle shot proof protective material is available for rather reasonable cost -- and lowers insurance premiums. I agree that it is a shame that churches have to protect themselves in this way, but the fact is that there are a lot of people who hate Christianity -- both conservative and liberal. There are also a lot of kids who have nothing better to do and whose parents are clueless as to where they are and what they are doing -- and don't seem to care.
For Pete's sake, people!

This is a matter of local vandalism in a small Scottish Episcopal Church, in Selkirk, Scotland.

It has nothing to do with either American values or The Episcopal Church in the U.S.A.

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