Historic Columbus Foundation has given St. Mary’s Road United Methodist Church at $30,000 grant, together with an anonymous $30,000 grant from another foundation, to seed a neighborhood preservation effort in histoic Ewart Park. The project will begin with a home on Forsyth Street, which will be the first of several in the neighborhood to be restored. From left: Jim Jackson, James Jones, Pastor Lela K. Pendleton, HCF Director Elizabeth Barker, Justin Krieg, Bennie Newroth and Willie Wells.
Historic Columbus Foundation has given St. Mary’s Road United Methodist Church at $30,000 grant, together with an anonymous $30,000 grant from another foundation, to seed a neighborhood preservation effort in histoic Ewart Park. The project will begin with a home on Forsyth Street, which will be the first of several in the neighborhood to be restored. From left: Jim Jackson, James Jones, Pastor Lela K. Pendleton, HCF Director Elizabeth Barker, Justin Krieg, Bennie Newroth and Willie Wells. DARRELL ROADEN/Special to the Le Special to the Ledger-Enquirer/D
Historic Columbus Foundation has given St. Mary’s Road United Methodist Church at $30,000 grant, together with an anonymous $30,000 grant from another foundation, to seed a neighborhood preservation effort in histoic Ewart Park. The project will begin with a home on Forsyth Street, which will be the first of several in the neighborhood to be restored. From left: Jim Jackson, James Jones, Pastor Lela K. Pendleton, HCF Director Elizabeth Barker, Justin Krieg, Bennie Newroth and Willie Wells. DARRELL ROADEN/Special to the Le Special to the Ledger-Enquirer/D

Church receives grant money to restore historic Ewart Park home

November 08, 2018 01:09 PM