(CNN)A church that lost its worship home to a Christmas Day fire has found a new home in a synagogue.
A Jewish synagogue opened its doors to a Christian congregation after its church burned on Christmas
A house fire spread to the Trinity African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church in Birmingham, Alabama. While no one was hurt, the fire damaged the church's lobby area, roof and sanctuary.
The congregation needed a new home, so Rev. Erskine Faush Jr. reached out to Temple Emanu-El for help. The synagogue immediately agreed to open its doors to the church in need.