Tornado damage won't stop Easter services at Arlington church

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by MARCUS MOORE

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Posted on April 5, 2012 at 3:03 AM

Updated Thursday, Apr 5 at 7:33 AM

St. Barnabas United Methodist Church

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ARLINGTON — Even though Tuesday's tornado severely damaged their building on Pleasant Ridge Drive in Arlington, members of St. Barnabas United Methodist Church are still planning to hold Easter services.

St. Barnabas will hold a "Sonrise" service on their front lawn at 7 a.m. on Sunday. There will also be an Easter service at the Martin High School auditorium at 10 a.m.

The twister knocked out windows and and ripped off the roof of the church building.

Members of the St. Barnabas congregation are putting together teams of volunteers to remove debris from yards and homes on Saturday, April 7.

If you need help, please call or text Rev. Mike Rodden at 817-505-5154 and someone will return your call to coordinate with you.

E-mail mmoore@wfaa.com

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