Recent wind storm damage has not stopped service at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Lansing.

There were no signs of the near disaster the more than 100 year old church faced a week and a half ago during a wind storm that reached 64 mph.

The upper part of the wall pulled away from the rest of the structure during the storm and could be seen swaying in the wind.

The worship space remains off limits.  For now, Sunday services are being held in the parish hall.   By Tuesday, they will have scaffolding up on the inside and outside as they start repairs from the top, brick by brick.  Here's more from the Lansing State Journal.

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