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Church in Brockway broken into, vandalized, unique items stolen


Brockway, PA – A church in Brockway was broken into, vandalized, and several unique items were stolen.

The First Apostles’ Doctrine Church in Brockway, run by Bishop Jack Wisor, was reportedly vandalized and the church office was broken into and also vandalized on Wednesday night, July 1 or Thursday morning, July 2.

Officials from the church say their pulpit was toppled and items on the pulpit were destroyed, along with all audio and video recording equipment destroyed, and computers and backup drives wiped clean.

They say most bizarre of all is that all of Bishop Wisor’s unique Bible studies and Bible study materials were stolen. In particular, all of the materials he has been using in his current Book of Revelation Bible Study.

According to a press release, Bishop Wisor is eager to have these materials back for those who really care to learn. If anyone knows anything about their whereabouts, please call Pennsylvania State Police DuBois Barracks at 814-371-4652.

State Police in DuBois are investigating.


Here are the descriptions and photos of what was reported as stolen:

A paper scroll from behind the pulpit that Bishop Wisor has been creating as he goes through the Book of Revelation. It is 2 feet high by 16 feet long.

Also stolen were copies of the Salvation chart, note pages and pictures for each chapter of Revelation, as well as sermon books for Chapters of Revelation. And finally, other Bible studies that were created by the church’s bishop, such as Battling a Life of Pseudo-Depression and Battling a Life of Pseudo-Anxiety.