THE PRESBYTERIAN church has faced a second attack after rocks were thrown through the windows on Wednesday night.
The windows are 130 years old and will cost between $30,000 and $40,000 to replace.
Reverend David Seaman said the incident occurred at 5:30pm as he was working in the church office.
“I heard some strange noises at the front, came out to investigate and there were eight boys across the road, two of them throwing stones,” he said.
“It’s going to be tens of thousands of dollars to replace the window.
“It means that we won’t have funds available to be able to help the community.”
The first attack occurred on Sunday night and the boys set fire to a bush in Central Park after they broke the church windows.
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