Event: Historic Religious Properties

3/10/2008:

Tomorrow night!

How to Care for and Make Use of Historic Religious Properties

On Tuesday, March 11, 7:30 pm at St. Matthew Trinity Lutheran Parish Hall, 57 8th Street, there will be a community meeting with a focus on saving and caring for old and historic religious properties. The gathering is open to the general public throughout Hudson County and is co-sponsored by Hoboken Heritage and the Hoboken Quality of Life Coalition. Elizabeth Terry, director of training from Partners for Sacred Places, will be the featured speaker and will discuss how to find the resources to maintain and extend the use of religious properties. Admission is free.

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Partners for Sacred Places is a national, nonprofit, non-sectarian organization that helps Americans embrace and care for older historic religious properties. The Philadelphia-based group helps congregations and their communities find the resources to maintain and extend the use of their properties while enhancing public understanding of the value of these centers that create and sustain community life.

Recap:
What: Public Forum on Saving Historic Religious Structures
When: Tues., Mar. 11, 7:30 pm
Where: St. Matthew Trinity Lutheran Parish Hall, 57 Eighth St. (between Hudson and Washington)
Event details: Free event, featuring Elizabeth Terry, of Partners for Sacred Places; all are welcome to attend.
Sponsored by: Hoboken Heritage and Hoboken Quality of Life Coalition

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revpnice44
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revpnice44

I have an idea, lets evolve. We should flatten all of these places and rid ourselves with the prehistoric thinking most churches associate themselves with.

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