Maine Episcopal Diocese offers the town of Richmond St. Matthias church property for free

Posted by Kendall Harmon

St. Matthias Episcopal Church property, including two buildings and a half-acre lot, has been offered to the town for free.

The church's dwindling congregation voted last May to cease holding services at the church at 15 Spruce St., according to a spokeswoman for the Episcopal Diocese of Maine.

Church officials said they offered the church and another building on the same lot to the town, hoping the property could continue to serve the community. One possibility might be as a food pantry, for which it has been used previously, said Heidi Shott, a diocese spokeswoman.

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Posted January 8, 2013 at 4:00 pm [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. rwkachur wrote:

Of course, the depositions would be flying if they had opted to give it to an ACNA congregation.

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