Comments for: First service held after Thorndike church fire

Posted Jan. 01, 2012, at 6:39 p.m.

THORNDIKE | The sound of old hymns reverberated around Clyde and Hazel Rumney’s pine-paneled basement recreation room Sunday morning as the members of the Thorndike Congregational Church raised their voices in praise just days after their 103-year-old church burned down. “We’re thankful that the real church is not lost,” …

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