Lebanon Reporter

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November 27, 2012

Nazarene Church seeks to rebuild

Lebanon — Plans to rebuild Lebanon’s First Church of the Nazarene have been filed with the city’s planning and zoning department.

The church, 1222 Garfield St., was destroyed in a lightning-ignited fire on Aug. 4. The building was insured, but most of the contents were lost as well. The original church was built in the 1960s and 1970s, with a sanctuary added in 1979 and a fellowship hall in 1995.

Since the fire, the congregation has been meeting at Lebanon Middle School.

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