The demolition progressed quickly today. One wall came down causing others to fall quickly behind it.
Check out this article by Ansley Brackin regarding the support Oconee Street has received from area United Methodists.
Click here for an article in the Flagpole about the Oconee Street church fire and subsequent outpouring of assistance.
We are grateful for all contributions to assist with fire recovery. To help with organization, we would ask that should you decide to donate, that you label your donation to go to either Oconee Street United Methodist Church or Athens Urban Ministries (Our Daily Bread) as they are two different entities and do not share funds.
Click here for a slideshow of photos showing the emotional work of the firefighters who worked so hard to contain the fire at Oconee Street as well as the onlookers who kept vigil that night.
This blog post on the Common Man blog speaks to the kind of church Oconee Street is, and reminds us all that no matter where we are, we will rebuild.
11 Alive has posted this link to resources for giving to help the church