ROBINSON, Ill. (WTHI) - Easter is, for Christians, a time of new beginnings.
How fitting that a church in Robinson, Illinois is choosing to celebrate its rebirth this Sunday morning.
This past Christmas, the First United Methodist Church burned to the ground and congregants could do little but gather and cry.
Pastor Tiffany Black says the historic land-mark was a loss, not only for church members, but also the entire town of Robinson, given that the original structure dated back to 1899.
Church members, all volunteering their time, have been hard at it the last three months- hammering, painting and putting up new walls.
Roughly $300,000 in improvements to the interior of a building the church already owned, and used daily.
Easter Sunday services begin at 9:00am.
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