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Jamestown, NY church dedicates newly renovated undercroft for community use

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Jamestown, NY, dedicated their newly remodeled undercroft yesterday with a service and reception. The renovation was done with the intent to make the space more inviting and pleasant for community use. “Often groups use a church basement and it feels like a basement, but our goal was to create a community center that would provide the ennobling and enriching physical environment you might expect from a church,” said Rev. Luke Fodor, priest at St. Luke’s. The […]

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