Vixen studied the stone building of the Church of Redeeming Designers. The structure had been in continual use from its inception in the late 1700s until 1962 when the Church of England had declined to pay for a replacement roof. It had fallen into disrepair after that until the new owner had bought and refurbished the ancient building.
She opened her pack and took out the four bars of C4 and timer. The building had a structural weakness in the pillar that supported the transept. “Nearer My God to Thee” would take on a new meaning at tonight’s midnight mass.
© Rachel Green 2007