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December 2021 - National Fund For Sacred Places
Two Sacred Places as Community Spaces in Rural America

Two Sacred Places as Community Spaces in Rural America

Often built in the center of town near the local post office or town hall, rural churches were designed with community gathering in mind. In small towns like Sheridan, Wyoming, and Abbeville, South Carolina, with populations fewer than 20,000 people and congregants living across wide geographic regions, going to church meant reconnecting with friends and family, accessing free resources, and participating in service projects to better the region.

Community-Serving Congregations in Vermont and Minnesota Complete Repairs with Support of the National Fund for Sacred Places

Community-Serving Congregations in Vermont and Minnesota Complete Repairs with Support of the National Fund for Sacred Places

Two more community-serving congregations have completed critical repairs and upgrades thanks to the National Fund for Sacred Places. In November, National Trust staff completed virtual site visits with United Baptist Church of Poultney, Vermont and First Covenant Church of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Members of both congregations reflected that the project outcomes far exceeded their expectations in terms of fundraising, impact, and outreach.