Oklahoma Church Vandalized

Church In Oklahoma Vandalized – Broken Windows Everywhere

Another one of our sister churches has become victim to vandalism in Oklahoma. Windows were broken and graffiti was plastered across the entryway. Fortunately, none of the stained glass was damaged, most of that glass was located high within the structure and out of reach of the vandals.

They will be having a community volunteer day where members of the church will gather to help restore the damage done to the building. There have been local volunteers that have already reached out to help paint the exterior of the church, repair the broken windows, and clean up the debris left behind.

Vandals Continue To Attack Churches In Oklahoma

This isn’t the first time an Oklahoma church has been attacked by vandals. There seems to be a growing trend of people damaging church property in Oklahoma. There was a man in June that was arrested for vandalizing a church in Tulsa. A Muskogee church was vandalized back in January, and now our sister church has experienced a similar problem.

Let God Deal With Vandals

There were not active video cameras on the property recording the incident at the time. This means there is no evidence of the perpetrators, so finding these vandals will be extremely difficult unless someone comes forward and points them out. While we wish we could press charges, we need to leave matters like these in the hands of God to judge. There will be a time when individuals like this will face judgment day and have to answer for their sins. Damaging church property is a violent act directed towards God and his followers, and there will be a price to pay at some point.

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