St. Matthias's Church (Ketchelbank)

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St. Matthias's Church

Ketchelbank [46, 33]

City Zoo Gunson Row Silcock Row
City Zoo St. Matthias's Church Bethell Square
Banbury Square the Telfer Building Stalling Street

Basic Info:

  • Churches have no internal descriptions.
  • Church doors do not close but can be barricaded shut.

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St. Matthias's Church
unlit, open, marked as RP
-- •Clover Field • talk •MDU 16:43, 3 November 2016 (UTC)


Description

St. Matthias's Church is located in Ketchelbank, along the Eastern border of the City Zoo. It is currently being used by The Malton Zookeepers as a revive clinic. It is asked that the church be left unbarricaded, so that customers can receive revivification services inside the church, and that survivors do not sleep in this building as it may be dangerous.

Prior to the mass infection of Malton, St. Matthias's was a poor church that could barely afford lighting and hymn books. It was a predominantly Polish church, with nearly all of its faculty and members of Polish descent. The church was small, and built by a millionaire who grew up in the area and gave back to where he grew by funding the construction of a mass of churches after converting to Catholicism. The church was originally intended for traditional American families, but when it became a frequent immigrant hangout, the planners were happy to see the congregation growing and eventually ceded ownership to the Board, consisting of the faculty and top sponsors.

Barricade Policy

This building should be left unbarricaded since the revivification clinic is located inside.

Current Status

See List of revivification points for current status and to change status.

History



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