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1. Celebrating Sacred Structures St. James Catholic Church Celebrating Sacred Structures St. James Catholic Church Winter 2006 After a period of decline, St. James Catholic Church has stabilized attendance and continues to offer a variety of social services including a community kitchen, thrift store and care for troubled teens....

2. Covenant Baptist Church Continues to Serve The Community Covenant Baptist Church Continues to Serve The Community Winter 2000 Covenant Baptist Church has survived a disastrous arson fire and neighborhood decline to become an active force in the community. The Church, at 9th and Harrison, opened in 1980 and was rebuilt after the...

3. Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church Continues on Successful Path Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church Continues on Successful Path Winter 2008 Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church was first called Mt. Gilead Baptist Church, then Highland Avenue Baptist Church. In 1953 the congregation assumed its current name and moved to the former First Baptist...

4. Weston United Methodist Renovating Historic Church Weston United Methodist Renovating Historic Church Winter 1999 Weston Methodist Episcopal Church, South, was dedicated in 1868. Friends of Sacred Structurees Technical Assistance Team is assisting the Church in the first major renovation of its historic structure....

5. Westport Presbyterian Church to Celebrate a Century of Service Westport Presbyterian Church to Celebrate a Century of Service Winter 2004 Article describes history and current activities of one of the oldest congregations in Westport. The congregation started as Cumberland Presbyterian Church in 1835. Although the Church's membership currently...

6. Westport to Lose Oldest Church Building Westport to Lose Oldest Church Building Winter 2003 St. Luke's AME Church, at the corner of 43rd and Roanoke, will be demolished because of the widening of 43rd Street and the "general deterioration of the building". Organized soon after the Civil War to...