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Sunday, July 16, 2017

Crisfield Wesleyan Church in need of funds for emergency A/C repair 7-11-17

CRISFIELD — The Crisfield Wesleyan Church on Lawsonia Road has an urgent need and asking the public for support. The air-conditioning has failed and the repair is an estimated $4,000.

Community-minded residents, former members of the church who may have moved away, and others are asked to help contribute to this major expense by making a tax-deductible donation payable to Crisfield Wesleyan Church and mailing it in care of the Rev. Bob Daniels, 3067 Lawsonia Road, Crisfield, Md. 21817.


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16 comments:

Anonymous said...

If half the readers donate $50 -$100 today, that a/c can be fixed by Sunday. Let's make it happen.

Anonymous said...

Supply and demand. More than enough houses of worship around. It would appear this one is no longer economically viable. Let it wither and expire.

JoeAlbero said...

7:23, if HALF of my daily readers donated $50.00 they'd raise almost a quarter of a million dollars in one day..

Anonymous said...

Haha gettim joe

Anonymous said...

Churches aren't required to have insurance?

Anonymous said...

sounds like the congregation should step up and be a little more generous to the Reverend that likes to spend those funds for what he enjoys rather than fixing the AC unit.

Anonymous said...

Ok you go first.

Anonymous said...

Damn, Joe. Let me think of a Sally Struthers sad story and I'll send it to you, too. That's a lot of eyeballs. Much more than the Daily Waste of Times.

USMCRetired said...

Rev Daniels is a good man, comes from a good family. His father Art Daniels was a legend on the Eastern Shore. Good project to get behind.

Anonymous said...

Like it or not, the church is a business and should be ran as such.

Anonymous said...

"The fastest way to get rich in America is to start a church!" -- Ron L. Hubbard

Quote says it all!

Anonymous said...

Being a "good man" or a "man of the bible" does not mean that you are capable of managing money

Anonymous said...

I will send them a small contribution. Small rural churches are a very important part of American culture and community. The cost of things like AC are higher than they used to be and small congregations struggle, but they are important.

Anonymous said...

10:34 That's very generous of you and you are absolutely right about small rural churches.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps an HVAC company on the Shore should or will step up to the plate and repair, replace the system. They would get the blessing of the community, church members, and the readers of the Salisbury News. Sounds like a great way to make numerous new business contacts with potential future customers for their company.

Anonymous said...

I went to this church as a little girl. We just sweatted... a lot!