Canoe Baptist near Atmore endures storm damage

BIRMINGHAM (TAB) — Straight-line winds, some as fast as 110 mph according to the National Weather Service, cut through areas of Alabama on March 16. Canoe Baptist Church, near Atmore, endured damage from the storm as well as numerous businesses in the area, most damaged by falling trees and wind. Jake Bondurant is pastor of Canoe Baptist.

Straight-line winds damaged portions of Canoe Baptist Church, Atmore.

Straight-line winds damaged portions of Canoe Baptist Church, Atmore.

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A full news story will be featured in the March 27 issue of The Alabama Baptist.

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