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All Saints Episcopal Church Reopens after $2.3 Million Sandy Repairs

Courtesy All Saints Church
Courtesy All Saints Church
It's congregation displaced since Hurricane Sandy heavily damaged its 189 year-old church, now All Saints Episcopal Church in Bay Head has reopened and has been hosting services after blessing the repaired church in time for Christmas.

A report on NJ.com focused on the church's reopening, after facing $2.3 million in repairs from Hurricane Sandy damage. The storm sent three feet of water into the church, dropping the floor by inches and crumbling the foundation. The property and its adjacent bulkhead were also heavily damaged.

During the displacement, the congregation held service at St. Mary's by the Sea in Point Pleasant Beach. 

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GT January 12, 2014 at 07:53 AM
Glad this iconic church has been repaired. Never went there nor mosy likely will I ever go there but the memory of it will remain more than a memory as long as it still remains : ) Unlike so much of the surrounding area that was washed away : (

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