In August last year, an earthquake centered in Virginia send its waves far and wide. In Charleston, Grace Episcopal Church, already fragile, felt the small shock, which worsened the wear in the walls, making the building too dangerous to use.
So the congregation has been borrowing other buildings, and on Easter Sunday it held a very special, and unusual, service a few blocks away.
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