It looks like lightning caused the fire that destroyed the South Seaville United Methodist Church on June 14th. The Cape May County Herald reports that a firm hired by the church’s insurance company has determined that lightning probably caused the fire that burned the church to the ground. An investigator working on the project notes that there were 74 lightning strikes in the area at the time of the first. A local attorney told investigators that he saw the church get hit by lightning. The investigator is 95 percent sure that lightning burned the church to the ground. Meanwhile, a local eatery in South Seaville will hold a fundraiser on June 27th to raise money for the church.