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The Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, South Carolina is in imminent danger of being turned into a residence. Built in 1838, the City’s Preservation plan says that the Church is “of irreplaceable importance, to be preserved … at all costs.” 
Normally, Charleston as a city is wonderful at historic preservation, but this time, they simply can’t help. That’s why the congregation is trying to raise the $1.9 million dollars needed to buy their church. They’re teasingly close to their goal, but need help from any place they can find it before tomorrow, 31 October.
More information and a place to donate (at the bottom of the page) can be found at the Charleston Preservation Society.

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The Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, South Carolina is in imminent danger of being turned into a residence. Built in 1838, the City’s Preservation plan says that the Church is “of irreplaceable importance, to be preserved … at all costs.” 

Normally, Charleston as a city is wonderful at historic preservation, but this time, they simply can’t help. That’s why the congregation is trying to raise the $1.9 million dollars needed to buy their church. They’re teasingly close to their goal, but need help from any place they can find it before tomorrow, 31 October.

More information and a place to donate (at the bottom of the page) can be found at the Charleston Preservation Society.

Signal boost!

/ October 30, 2012 / 10

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