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Displaced Charleston church finds spot for Easter

Charleston Daily Mail

Charleston Daily Mail photo by Bob Wojcieszak Keystone Apostolic Church Easter Service at the West Virginia National Guard Armory Sunday in Coonskin Park.

Charleston Daily Mail photo by Bob Wojcieszak
Keystone Apostolic Church Easter Service at the West Virginia National Guard Armory Sunday in Coonskin Park.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Members of Keystone Apostolic Church packed into the West Virginia National Guard Armory near Charleston for Easter service Sunday morning. The congregation lost its church building last month when the man-made hillside supporting Yeager Airport’s runway extension collapsed causing a landslide that destroyed a house and the church. The congregation, led by Pastor James Chessor, has also held services at the Coonskin Clubhouse at Coonskin Park. The children in the congregation participated in an egg hunt Sunday afternoon at nearby Coonskin Park.

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