Boston Globe Looks at How Wentworth Students are Hoping to Save Roxbury Church
June 12, 2019
Roxbury’s Guild Row section in 1939. Many in the Roxbury community see the Eliot Church as a vital part of their rich history.
As the pastor of money-strapped Eliot Congregational Church in Roxbury, Evan Hines has been looking at creative ways to save his beloved church.
Reporter Laura Krantz documents in the Boston Globe how Wentworth Architecture students looked at reuse options and presented those ideas to the Eliot congregation, as well as how the church represents a strong piece of the overall Roxbury community.
Read the full article on the Globe site.
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