One of nature’s tiniest creatures has brought havoc to one of Charleston’s oldest churches.
Termites have attacked the wood and skeletal support system at Citadel Square Baptist Church, the yellow stucco landmark adjacent to Marion Square.
The damage is so severe that the sanctuary has been closed for the last two years, forcing the tiny congregation to meet in an adjoining 1950s-era chapel.
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Posted December 10, 2012 at 6:00 am
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