A Brooklyn church devastated by Hurricane Sandy is pushing on with some community help.
Beulah Temple in Canarsie was condemned following the storm.
Church leaders said the building suffered hundreds of thousands of dollars in flood damage.
With churchgoers left without a place to worship, P.S. 272 has stepped up and offered the school's auditorium for services.
Now focused on rebuilding, church leaders said everyone is staying positive.
"We are people of hope," said G. Earl Knight, the president of the Greater New York Conference. "We are people who trust God. We are resilient people. We believe that this has afforded us an opportunity to even be more connected with the community, and we want to continue to do that."
Beulah said it will try to use insurance as much as it can to pay for the damage, but it says it also welcomes help and donations from the community.