A community church from Clovis California lost everything it had to its name after the trailer containing audio equipment and religious paraphernalia. Shawn Meyer, the Clovis community church pastor, told the press that the thieves dealt a crippling blow to his parish, as the stolen trailer and its contents were bought using donations.
Community Church Trailer Missing
According to Pastor Shawn Meyer, no one knows for certain when it happened or how it happened. All he knows for sure is that everything the church had to its name disappeared together with the white trailer.
Even though Shawn’s parish is a modest one compared to others from across the United States, the pastor declared that he’s more than proud of the way he and his flock managed to put together this lovely vision.
Before buying the trailer, Shawn and his people were forced to use the local school for their Sunday services. But, with the help of the small community, the pastor managed to raise enough money in order to buy the trailer, and other things a church may need.
Within a couple of months, besides from the trailer, the parishioner also managed to buy an audio system, musical instruments, and even a portable baptism pool.
When asked about the things inside the trailer, Shawn declared that when one is forced to conduct mass inside a small schoolroom, one is definitely compelled to improvise.
Unfortunately, the pastor and his flock will need to rethink their Sunday services now that the trailer and everything in it have vanished into thin air.
Even though the Clovis community church trailer is gone, it would appear that Shawn doesn’t hold a grudge against the thieves. More than that, the pastor said that whoever stole the trailer is probably in desperate need of money and that he forgives them, whoever they may be.
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