Congregations open up their buildings to serve children, the hungry, the homeless and others in need. Sacred places stabilize neighborhoods, strengthen commercial districts and significantly add to the economic health of our communities. All of this is endangered, however, when congregations can no longer afford to maintain these aging buildings. Partners has developed a family of highly-acclaimed resources to help congregations connect better to their communities, raise capital funds in new ways and preserve their historic building for future generations. We are the nation's only non-sectarian, nonprofit organization dedicated the sound stewardship and active community use of America's older religious properties.

Lost Sacred Spaces of Dallas

If you live in the DFW area, don't miss this event on May 10th, 2016
LOST SACRED SPACES OF DALLAS: At the turn of the 20th century, the churches and synagogues of Dallas were the most prominent features on the city’s early skyline. Today, many of these churches and synagogues have been lost or completely forgotten as Dallas has evolved and grown into a modern city. These sacred structures not only document the religious history of the city of Dallas, but also highlight the work of the city’s early architects such as James Edward Flanders.
This event is part of the Dallas Historical Society's Brown Bag Lecture Series. The speakers will be Bob Jaeger, President and co-founder of Partners for Sacred Places, and Alison Hernandez, Program Manager for Partners’ Texas office. Here is the registration link for more info: