Sacred Landmarks Intiative

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The Lorain County Sacred Landmarks is an educational outreach program that aims to research and document the history, art, and architecture of Lorain County's houses of worship and to sponsor educational and fine arts programming that celebrates the religious experience of Lorain County's residents.

The Lorain County Sacred Landmarks Initiative:

Goals of the Lorain County Sacred Landmarks Initiative

  • Research and document the history, institutional memory, architecture, aesthetic features and current uses of sacred landmarks in Lorain County.
  • Provide educational programming regarding the origins and histories of local churches and synagogues as well as the richness and diversity of Lorain County's ecclesiastical art and architecture.
  • Promote cooperation and collaboration among Lorain County's citizens to work across boundaries and to engage people from varying fields of interest.
  • Foster economic growth and development through tourism, outreach programs and a variety of print and electronic publications.

Sacred Landmarks Initiative Staff

Faculty Liaison
Prof. Patty Mack

Friends of Sacred Landmarks Initiative Staff
President:  David Simmer
Vice President:  Dia Dobos
Secretary:  Fr. Nicholas Rachford
Treasurer:  Cheryl Piper

For more information about the Lorain County Sacred Landmarks initiative, please visit www.facebook.com/LCSacredLand.

Or call (800) 995-5222, ext. 4590, email sli@lorainccc.edu.

 

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