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At Cape Fear Presbyterian we have the trifecta of roofs--or to put it in theological terms, a "trinity" of roofs. The sanctuary roof (above) is covered in 4,000+ NEW architectural, energy star rated shingles. The main building (classrooms, offices, etc.) is a flat roof which requires a specialized technique of new decking and an asphalt coating. Jennings Hall is a metal roof.


This past weekend, the skilled crew from Tabor Roofing scaled the heights of the sanctuary and replaced the roof in three days. A different crew from Tabor is now working on the flat roof (below)





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We were grateful to have a visit this week from Chelsea Donovan of WECT6 News (local NBC affiliate). She toured the facility and interviewed Pastor Jonathan. You can check out the video link below

http://www.wect.com/2018/11/12/wilmington-church-members-lean-faith-during-difficult-post-florence-rebuild/

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The crew from Tabor Roofing was hard at work this morning removing the old shingles. I can't tell you what a beautiful sight this is! Please pray for these men as the pitch of the roof entails working from ropes and that can be a dangerous job.

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