Preserving the Public Value of Sacred Places

Preserving the Public Value of Sacred Places FebruaryFeb 20 2022 14:00 - 15:30 America/New_YorkZoom, PA

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Partners for Sacred Places has been working for over 30 years to help communities of faith discern, communicate, and preserve the civic value of their buildings, including the artisanry and architecture their sacred places represent, their role in the community, and the people they have served. Bob Jaeger will talk about Partners' work to document this value and assist congregations in telling their stories and engaging the wider community in a shared effort to preserve religious properties.
Bob co-founded Partners for Sacred Places in 1989. Previously, Bob worked with the Philadelphia Historic Preservation Corporation as Senior Vice President for the Historic Religious Properties Program. He is the co-author of Sacred Places at Risk (1998) and Strategies for Stewardship and Active Use of Older and Historic Religious Properties (1996), author of Sacred Places in Transition (1994), and editor (from 1985 to 1989) of Inspired, a bi-monthly magazine with news and technical articles on religious property preservation. Bob holds a master's degree in preservation planning from Cornell University and an MBA from the University of Michigan.

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