A tornado ripped through their small town just two weeks ago. But Sunday, people in Logan tried to put the disaster behind them as they celebrated Easter. Several families came out for church service, despite the cold and rainy weather. Churches there have been helping tornado victims by taking up special collections, and providing daily meals for people who lost their homes and volunteers. "Were thankful to live in a small community that everyone came together to help each other and you feel a lot of love and we have a lot of support," said Alice Jones of Logan United Methodist Church. Many church leaders in that area are working with state and government agencies, acting as contacts, to help tornado victims get the help they need.