In The News
October 4, 2019
Check out Preservation South Carolina’s Executive Director, Michael Bedenbaugh, as he speaks with Megan on WSPA’s Your Carolina with Jack & Megan about how PSC is preserving sacred places in South Carolina and has been for years. Mike is giving an update on Preservation South Carolina’s latest projects.
News & Press
By Samantha Lyles, Staff Writer, email@example.com
Society Hill’s Trinity Episcopal Church. Photo by Samantha Lyles
As modern “megachurches” spring up in more and more communities across America, many older churches are seeing their congregations dwindle. Decreased attendance makes it difficult to fund upkeep of these historic chapels and sanctuaries, and the number of at-risk sacred spaces is growing.
“We used to mostly get calls from people worried that a historic house or downtown building was in trouble, but in recent years we started hearing people say that the church their family used to attend was falling in. We saw more of that happening,” says Mike Bedenbaugh, executive director of Preservation South Carolina, a nonprofit founded to protect and restore our state’s architectural history.
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