It's been more than four months since fire destroyed the First United Methodist Church in Ada.
The land where the church once stood has been cleared but decisions remain on where to rebuild.
It was on March 13th when the church caught fire.
Unattended candles were to blame.
A month after the fire there were thoughts of trying to save some of the walls and incorporate them into a new building on the property. Instead two committees looking into the future of the church decided to start over and clear the property.
Building committee chair Bob McCurdy says there's still a strong opinion among church members about rebuilding on the current site. If they remain at the present downtown site, there is talk of expanding by purchasing adjacent properties.
It may be several months before a decision is made on where they'll build.
There is a fundraiser coming up to help the church.
On July 28th at 7 pm at Ada high school, the Voices of Ohio choir will perform a benefit concert.
Two members of the congregation are members of the choir.
A freewill offering will be taken to help defray the costs of rebuilding the church.