While many churches are watering the newly sprung flowers and preparing for Easter Sunday services, one church in Annapolis is busy filling out police reports and looking for answers.
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis has a "Black Lives Matter" sign out front, but it's not the original one.
"We've had some vandalism with our Black Lives Matter sign. It was stolen again," Rev. Frederick Muir said.
He continued saying, the only way to address a scenario like that is to come together. Rev. Muir suggested the next time someone wants to steal the sign, maybe they walk 20 yards farther and come into the church.
Rev. Randy Callender is just up the street at the St. Philips Episcopal Church. His church has had their Black Lives Matter sign stolen or vandalized seven times. Now a "Dismantle Racism" sign hangs in it's place.