Historic Cleveland Church Rents OHR Rents Equipment After Tornado

CLEVELAND — Following the devastating tornadoes that swept through Northeast Ohio a week ago, causing widespread power outages and significant damage, restoration efforts are now in progress.

The powerful winds inflicted substantial damage to the historic New Life at Calvary Church, located at the intersection of Euclid Avenue and East 79th Street, a beloved institution serving the Cleveland community since 1880. Specifically, the tornadoes left a sizable breach in the church’s roof. Nevertheless, repairs are actively being carried out, and a temporary roof has been successfully put in place. The Historic Cleveland Church rented OHR Rents Equipment to help assess the damage.

While the church remains partially inaccessible, the Senior Pastor has confirmed that the gymnasium is secure. As a result, they have decided to conduct worship services in the gym and will persist in offering essential community services, such as their clothing pantry and meal distribution. From all of us at OHR Rents want to express our condolences and gratitude for your decision to rent from us during this challenging period in your church’s history. Best of luck restoring New Life at Calvary.

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