ELKHART – It's been six months since the Lifeline building in Elkhart was destroyed by fire.
Now, a prayer service is set for Monday to remember the organization's impact before what's left of the building is demolished.
Lifeline is a faith-based afterschool mentoring program.
In September, the building which has housed the program for decades was destroyed by fire.
The fire started in a nearby business and then spread to Lifeline.
Everything will need to be torn down except the gym.
That is where a prayer service will be held on Monday.
It will be held at 7:30 a.m. at 174 State Street in Elkhart.
Lifeline's executive director says they are holding the service to remind people it isn't the building that changed lives – it’s the people.
The building is set to be demolished on March 18.