Popular Philly Church Closed Due to Broken Water Pipe

By David Chang
|  Tuesday, Jan 14, 2014  |  Updated 5:51 AM EDT
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The Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church East will be closed to worship until Feb. 1.

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The Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church East will be closed to worship until Feb. 1.

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A popular Philadelphia church will remain closed for the rest of the month due to flooding caused by broken water pipes.

A water pipe ruptured earlier this month at Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church on the 2800 block of W Cheltenham Avenue.

A spokesperson for the church says that all ministry meetings and activities are canceled for the month of January.

The spokesperson also says all events scheduled for the Family Life Center are canceled through January 24. A football banquet hosted by the Family Life Center will still be held on January 25.

Crews continue to clean up the damage at the church. Services are currently being held at Enon Tabernacle West on 230 West Coulter Street.

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For more information on cancellations and postponements, visit the Enon Tabernacle website.

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