The Shepherd’s Crook of St. Paul’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church will be moving to a new temporary location to continue its food ministry. That new site is expected to be the county-owned building on Caroline Street that was used as a health center.
“If all goes well, this weekend we’ll make the move,” church Sexton Joe Fisher said Tuesday. “The nice part is we won’t be standing out in the cold.”
After the devastating Nov. 26 fire that killed two, the man who set himself ablaze before entering the Third Street building and Rev. David Dingwall, who had been in his upstairs office, and injured one, the Shepherd’s Crook moved to Connor’s Beach Café on the Boardwalk at Second Street. It then moved briefly to His Praise Place/Lands End Fellowship on Worcester Street and then returned to Connor’s.