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Sacred Places

Allen Chapel Terre Haute
African American Landmarks, News, Sacred Places

Friends of Historic Allen Chapel formed in 1997 to save Terre Haute’s oldest African American church. More than two decades later, the work is nearly done.

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Ligonier Temple for sale
News, Sacred Places

Most recently used as a museum, the Ahavas Shalom Reform Temple on Ligonier’s Main Street is for sale, with potential as a great home or office.

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African American Landmarks, News, Sacred Places, Saved

Indiana Landmarks recognizes the outstanding restoration of Second Baptist Church, an Underground Railroad landmark.

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Wayman Church, Peru, Indiana
African American Landmarks, News, Sacred Places

A grant from our Sacred Places Indiana program recently helped the congregation of a modest church in Peru save its historic windows.

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Endangered Places, News, Sacred Places

Indiana Landmarks is working with residents and parishioners in Whiting to avert demolition and save two historic churches for a new purpose.

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St Pauls UMC South Bend
News, Sacred Places

Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church in South Bend debuts its original 1901 Bennett organ after a nearly $500,000 restoration.

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News, Sacred Places

Call it happenstance or maybe divine intervention. When the quaint old Church of the Brethren in Roann desperately needed a savior, Valerie Wilcox stepped in.

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Hobart First United Methodist Church
News, Rehabs & Renovations, Sacred Places

Guided by our Sacred Places Indiana program, the congregation of Hobart First United Methodist Church turned to its historic building for inspiration in renewing its commitment to community service.

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News, Sacred Places

Indiana Landmarks’ Sacred Places Indiana aids congregations planning a future for their historic houses of worship by providing intensive training on everything from fundraising to building maintenance to organizational planning.

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