3 A northside church .. cleaning up after what some will call an act of God: A tree fell and punched a hole in their roof during the storms we had Saturday. Since it happened .. they've been trying to patch the roof ..but latest rain interfered with the work. North Main Street Baptist .. is at the corner of 63rd and Main Street. Today, Channel 4's Ashley Mitchem spoke to the pastor about why the church is in a time crunch to get it fixed by the weekend. John is tracking the rainfall totals from the downpours that began last night. We begin with Ashley. 3 3 3 00-0613-16There's a lot of water damage inside the North Main Street Baptist church-- but not where the services are heldThe damage is in the building where they serve food, hold classes and have beds and bathrooms for ministry guests.08:49 All the ceilings are going to have to be repainted all the ceilings will need to be redoneThe tree punctured 24 holes in the roof Saturday but the earliest they could try to patch the roof was Monday-- because of all the rain the roof is still leaking.Nick Phoenix has been the pastor of the North Main Street Baptist Church for 17 years...he says they've never dealt with anything like this before and they do not have insurance so they are doing all the clean-up themselves. Pastor Nick Phoenix, North Main Street Baptist Church 08:00 Water has just been pouring in and we've just been cleaning it up we tried to patch it a little on Monday because we couldn't get a roofer on SundayNorth Main Street Church brings missions teams to Jacksonville to help out the community -- so they have several bedrooms and other facilities for guests which are now soaking wet. 09:42 We do free camps and block parties for intercity kids we build wheel chair ramps and paint churches we have a data training room for people trying to get jobs we try to do a lot of outreach.