CLANTON, Ala. (WIAT) - This Sunday marks a fresh start for a clanton church that was displaced when part of a building fell in on its fellowship hall.
The building wasn't always filled with the joyful sound of gospel music. It started off as a club. Now it's the new home for Fellowship Church of God.
The congregation lost their former location- when part of the historic brick building collapsed.
Luckily no one was hurt.
Or maybe it wasn't luck at all. Either way- in the mind of Bishop Warren Tyus this is all part of God's plan. Not his.
After a building collapse forced the congregation out of their last home in February, they never gave up hope.
They found a perfect building for rent in a nearby neighborhood.
Waren says, "We'll be able to shake hands and talk to the people on the street and try to encourage them to come in. I don't mean to be pompous or anything, but I believe God already planned this for us. I believe this building is our building we claiming this building."
Bishop Tyus is also planning to raise enough money to buy the location- he says even if the church has to sell hot dogs- he's confident they can make it happen.
The All-Star game showcases the best of the best when it comes to high school football in the state of Alabama. So it's no surprise that some of these guys will be teammates come this fall. For the guys already committed to Auburn, they're…
Residents in North Birmingham have waited quite a while to find out what's next in the efforts to remove contaminated soil from homes. On Thursday, they'll finally find out.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama kicker Cade Foster received a supportive note from President George W. Bush.
Alabama kicker Cade Foster received a supportive note from former President George W. Bush.
Even though no one has been fired or hired, it seems to be all that college football fan bases across the country are talking about: Saban to Texas.
Homewood held its Christmas parade Tuesday night, and tons of residents took to the streets to get into the holiday spirit.
A judge in Jefferson County has signed an order to dismiss a murder charge against the suspect accused of shooting and killing an 81-year-old in Trussville.
Pete Rose sounded bowled over.