About Emily Sajdak

Emily came to Partners in 2017 to coordinate and facilitate capital campaign consulting services. Since that time she has delivered feasibility and readiness studies, furthered grant-funded initiatives as a team member for the Nordic Churches Project, and fostered connections with the preservation community in Chicago through participation in Landmarks Illinois’ Skyline Council. She previously worked with the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota, the State Historical Society of North Dakota, and Calvin Theological Seminary. Emily holds a Master’s degree in Public History: Historic Preservation from Southeast Missouri State University, as well as a Master of Theological Studies and a Master of Theology in Old Testament from Calvin Theological Seminary.

Folk Art Projects in Nordic American Churches

By |2022-06-13T15:29:20-04:00June 13th, 2022|Arts in Sacred Places Stories, Community Engagement, Historic Preservation, Sacred Architecture|

Over 200 people from the communities surrounding Icelandic State Park and Cavalier, North Dakota gathered to celebrate the history of Hallson and to engage with four artists chosen to create new folk art pieces for the church