St. Louis, Missouri 2021-06-08 13:01:00 –
Kirkwood, Missouri (KMOV.com) –The historic church in Kirkwood was once again the target of vandalism, with three incidents in less than two months.
The destroyer first damaged the Black Lives Matter sign on the lawn in the front yard on May 7th at the Elliott Unitarian Chapel Church. On June 6, vandals stripped the entire sign from the frame overnight.
“We will not give in to hatred. Love must always win,” said Rev. Barbara Gadon, Chief Rev.
The Church will hold a press conference on Tuesday night at 8 pm to meet the latest vandalism in front of the Church on South Taylor Avenue and Argonne Drive. Since the death of Michael Brown in 2014, the Elliott Unitarian Chapel has been worshiping weekly.
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