With many older and historic sacred places already vacant and many more vulnerable to closing in the coming years, there is an urgent need for solutions that help congregations preserve and maximize their buildings as assets for outreach and community revitalization.
Indiana is known for its thriving capital, Indianapolis, and cities such as Evansville and Fort Wayne that are dotted with spires and domes that signal the presence of active congregations in distinctive, important buildings. In addition, much of the state is known for its small towns, scattered am [...]
We can finally focus on the people!” exclaimed Rabbi Nagel from Congregation Beth Ahabah in Richmond, Virginia. Like several other participants from the first four years of the National Fund for Sacred Places, Congregation Beth Ahabah recently completed a massive multi-year preservation campaign to [...]