The Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship had anti-LGBTQ messages written in chalk on its sidewalks Wednesday night. This is the second time the church has been vandalized in a month.
The Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship had anti-LGBTQ messages written in chalk on its sidewalks Wednesday night. This is the second time the church has been vandalized in a month. Rev. Paul Beckel Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
The Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship had anti-LGBTQ messages written in chalk on its sidewalks Wednesday night. This is the second time the church has been vandalized in a month. Rev. Paul Beckel Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Hate-related vandalism marks local church, businesses

August 25, 2017 5:00 AM