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Wikipedia: Limelight Fitness live in a former Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion. The church was a Gothic Revival brownstone building which was built in 1844-1845 and designed by architect Richard Upjohn. In the early 1970s, when the parish…

From the folks at the Stone Nest: The 19th century Norman Style Welsh Chapel was built in 1888 by James Cubitt. The Grade II listed former Presbyterian church is composed of a galleried central space with an umbrella dome, a large basement, and…

In the wake of the the English Reformation, the "Board of First Fruits" was established and tasked with advancing the building of Anglican churches and the cause of Protestantism in Ireland. The Board's mission was to purchase lands and manage…

The George's Brook-Milton Cultural house is a place that holds many treasured memories for the residents of the region, including myself, a person who grew up in the area along with some of my family members that had been there for generations.…