A trailer containing hundreds of Holy Bibles was intentionally set on fire and left outside an evangelical Tennessee church on Easter Sunday.

The Mount Juliet Police Department and Fire Department swiftly responded to a trailer fire located in an intersection that was blocking the entrance of the Global Vision Church.

According to reports, deputies reported that the trailer had been dropped off in the middle of the intersection and intentionally set on fire.

The resident pastor, Greg Locke, who had returned from Israel a day earlier, was shocked when he learned what had happened at his church on Holy Day.

According to Daily Mail, Locke told its members in a Facebook post that the church’s security cameras caught a man at 6 am on Easter morning dropping off a trailer filled with bibles before setting it and bibles ablaze.

The pastor, who lives close to the church, said he was not aware of what happened until he arrived at the church Sunday morning.

He posted photos of the burnt bibles, fire trucks and police vehicles handling the disturbing incident. He also wrote that a woman, who had driven through the night to get to their church, was in the parking lot at the time the fire was raging. The woman then called the police.

“A trailer with about 200 Bibles had been set on fire, blocking the entrance from Old Lebanon Dirt Rd. and Chandler Radford Rd. into the main part of our parking lot,” he wrote. “It was quite the scene to wake up on my first morning back from Israel. It was strange because he [the suspect] had his blinkers on, and he scotched the wheels and everything.”

Locke also told members of his church to move forward from the ordeal.

“What people think many times is going to stop us just encourages us, weirdly, to know that we’re doing what’s right,” Locke said.

According to the New York Post, the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office released a statement saying it is not known at this time if the fire was aimed at the church or not.

“To uphold the integrity of the ongoing investigation, other specific details cannot be provided at this time,” the statement reads. “However, we assure the community that further updates will be shared at the appropriate juncture.”