Cross Salvaged From North Carolina Church That Burned Down

A cross saved from a church destroyed by fire is a reminder of God’s power, a member of the congregation says.

Siloam United Methodist Church near Denton, N.C., caught fire Tuesday and burned to the ground, but not before firefighters were able to salvage a brass cross from the altar.

The congregation was formed in the 1830s.

“God is very powerful and he saves his symbol to show that anything is possible, even through the fires,” Rachel Davis, daughter of Siloam United Methodist Church pastor Scott Davis, told WGHP.

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Source: Christian Headlines