Fla. church with newly opened coffee shop run by autistic adults experiences fire, burglary

By The Christian Post

On Friday, Jan. 10, 2020, the Youth Center at GraceWay Church in Leesburg, Florida was damaged by a fire. GraceWay Grounds & Café, a coffee shop overseen by adults on the Autism spectrum, was heavily damaged. | Facebook/GraceWay Grounds

A church in Florida with a recently opened coffee shop that was staffed by adults with autism spectrum disorder was the victim of a fire and burglary.

GraceWay Church in Leesburg experienced a fire last Friday that impacted their youth and children’s building, which also damaged the GraceWay Grounds coffee shop.

Alice Dickson, a spokesperson for GraceWay, reached out to The Christian Post via email on Sunday, explaining that the church was also burglarized.

Source:The Christian Post