After Church Atlas

PILOT PHASE COMPLETED 

The After Church Atlas was designed as a pilot project to create an online portal and resource for the study of church closure and transformation, supported in part by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and Memorial University. The pilot phase is now complete. Based on feedback from users and partners, we are archiving this pilot version, and reconfiguring the Atlas based on feedback we've received. The new platform will use ArcGis apps and tools. We plan to relaunch the Atlas in early fall. 

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