Fundraiser held for flood damaged historical church

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PACIFIC, MO (KPLR) - A fundraiser was held Saturday night for a Pacific church devastated by the historic flood waters that hit Missouri hard in December.

The fundraiser was held at the Pacific Eagles Hall.  The pastor of First Baptist Church of Pacific says although his church was damaged by flood waters he continues to keep the faith.

The pastor says he’s committed to long-term recovery efforts in the area after many towns along the Meramec and Mississippi river where hit by devastating historic floods.

Tonight a silent auction was held, along with song and prayer to help raise funds to repair the church.

The church is still in need of volunteers to help rebuild, along with various materials.

Donations can be made at: or Historic 1st Baptist Church of Pacific PO Box 262 Pacific, MO 63069

Materials Needed:

Vapor Barrier 6 mill 2 rolls

14 Yards of rock

15 Piers, 12” Wide 18” tall 30-80 lb bags

2x2x2 Footing every 12’ 5 yds of concrete

Flooring Material

Band Board 8, 2x10x20

Floor Joist 80, 2x10x20

Beams 27, 2x10x20

¾ OSB T G 75 Sheets

Wall Insulation R13 32 Rolls

Ceiling Insulation


½ 120 4x8

5/8 9 4x8

Mud 8 Buckets

Tape 10

Screws 1 ¼” 25 lbs


5 gallon primer

10 gallon Paint

Vinyl flooring .38 sq ft

Drop Ceiling

13 Interior Doors 48 per

For Lights 18 per

Outlets 4 10 pack

2 Toilets

2 Pedestals Sink

Plumbing Parts

2 Boxes of Framing Nails

Google Map for coordinates 38.481998 by -90.741519.

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