Posted: Apr 9, 2011 8:29 AM by Herbie Smith
Updated: Apr 9, 2011 2:23 PM
It's been about three months since parishioners in Washington lost their church to a fire.
From the day Immaculate Conception Catholic Church burned to the ground, the community has donated more than seventy thousand dollars to replace the 155 year old church.
Along with the donations the church is also hosting a bazarr on Sunday to raise money.
Church members say there will be delicious food for sell, an auction to take part in and music to enjoy.
The event will be held in the parking lot across from where the church use to stand.
The new church is expected to be ready in about 2 years.
So far, a design has been chosen for the new church.