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Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Christmas is a time to be thankful, and for one church, it's a fresh start.WICZ also paid us a visit. Here's their report...
Rachael Hidalgo takes us to the first mass at the new Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd.
They're singing in praise, and thanking God that they now have a place to worship again.
"It's beyond what we could ever imagine to occupy and worship in," says Pastor Matt Kennedy.
The Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd has been without a home since last Christmas.
It's Diocese sued the church for not maintaining a modern stance on homosexuality.
The church lost it's [case] and had to shut down.
But the congregation found a new location only a mile away at the former St. Andrews Church.
"We're very thankful that we could be here in such a short amount of time. And it's a wonderful facility and we've got new parishioners, and we're very happy here," says John Chaney from Vestal.