Community discusses future of recently closed Grace Episcopal Church
On May 26, Grace Episcopal Church held its final service after 123 years in Norwalk and 49 years at its current location.
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#1 Aug 28, 2013
If the liberal Episcopalians couldn't make it there, they might want to give it to the conservative Anglicans. They may have a better shot at success.
Since: Aug 09
#2 Aug 29, 2013
Did you even READ the article?
The problems of Norwalk are systemic and are occurring throughout ALL of the institutions of the city.
At least the Episcopalians are sizing up their options and figuring out their future path. It obviously is not an easy reckoning and it has nothing to do with either "conservative" or "liberal" theologies.
This decine is already happening and is going to continue to happen in many American cities, not the least example of which is Detroit.
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