Fellow Mormons make room after LDS church burns down

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By Andrew Michalscheck By Andrew Michalscheck

TOLLESON, Ariz. -- This day of worship turned out to be a little different for those members whose church burned down last Friday.

Many of them met at various churches that adjusted their worship time in order to squeeze in more services.

Brad Casselman and his family usually meet at 9AM at the Stake Center at 87th avenue and Campbell in Tolleson, but had no problem coming in an hour early to help their fellow Mormons.

“Especially considering the circumstances with the hardship that the other members are facing and the loss that they've experienced we'd be happy to accommodate any way that we can,” said Casselman.

Two other LDS churches in phoenix also made arrangements to accommodate members whose church caught fire.