Partners for Sacred Places preserving heritage, faith, and community2021-10-04T09:35:46-04:00

Partners for Sacred Places

Partnering with
Congregations and Communities
For 30 Years

Partners for Sacred Places’ training was incredible. It was really the most impactful fundraising training I’ve had since ordination in 2004… I think that’s why we have been so successful.

Congregation Beth Ahabah, Richmond, VA

If I had been here all alone, I would’ve been overwhelmed but Partners for Sacred Places was a net for me, someone with expertise.

Rev. Shelly Stackhouse

The primary benefits were spiritual and communal… We saw a marked increase in our regular giving and our monthly giving. It also gave us an opportunity to talk about why the church matters.

Urban Grace, Tacoma, WA

The timing of [the site] visit was perfect. Really, Partners for Sacred Places helped us figure out the right questions to ask… Definitely that was a turning point for all of us.

Downtown Church, Memphis, TN

Partners for Sacred Places is the only nonsectarian, nonprofit organization dedicated to sound stewardship and active community use of older sacred places across America.

We provide capital campaign training and fundraising strategies, along with technical assistance, and grants to congregations and other local organizations across the United States via our National Fund program.

We have many exciting programs ranging from Arts in Sacred Places to Playing and Preserving. We also have customized regional programs where we provide congregational trainings, consulting, and convenings.

Free Phone Consultation

Partners for Sacred Places offers a free phone consultation to help you re-imagine your sacred place and community. Call (888) 727-8450 or provide your preferred contact information below and a member of our team will contact you shortly.

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Sacred Places that Received Direct Support from Partners for Sacred Places in 2020


Black Faith Leaders Convening

November 16th, 2021|

They marched down the center aisle of the hallowed halls of the magnificent Concord Baptist Church of God and Christ in Brooklyn, New York. Hundreds of people arrived with solemn faces for the occasion, led by Dr. Gary V. Simpson, Senior Pastor, and the esteemed Vernon Jordan. These were the toilers in the vineyard, leaders of an interfaith array of congregations from across the United States: civil rights icons, activists and advocates, spiritual leaders, businesspeople.