Faced with $300,000 in repairs to this nearly 100-year-old church building in Liberty, parishioners at the St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church disbanded their 140-year-old congregation. Many churches that close or relocate then face the question: what to do with their building.
Faced with $300,000 in repairs to this nearly 100-year-old church building in Liberty, parishioners at the St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church disbanded their 140-year-old congregation. Many churches that close or relocate then face the question: what to do with their building. Karen Ridder Special to The Star
Faced with $300,000 in repairs to this nearly 100-year-old church building in Liberty, parishioners at the St. Luke African Methodist Episcopal Church disbanded their 140-year-old congregation. Many churches that close or relocate then face the question: what to do with their building. Karen Ridder Special to The Star

A time to build up, and a time to tear down: Churches in transition

October 18, 2016 12:00 PM

UPDATED October 18, 2016 12:00 PM

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