Church seeks ideas for Seabury building
The Connecticut Episcopal Church is seeking community input as it decides how to best use the former Bishop Seabury Church on North Road in Groton.
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#1 Jan 5, 2014
Obviously TEC will do anything other than let those who paid for it, maintained it and used it have it. TEC won't even sell it to faithful Christians. I assume TEC would rather let it sit and rot before letting any of the faithful who worshiped there use it, buy it, rent it or have any access to it. That is, after all, the definition of tolerance in TEC.
Since: Aug 09
#2 Jan 5, 2014
Pure, rotted Baloney!
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