Texas Office

Partners for Sacred Places brings our national programs, resources, and expertise to north central Texas, in collaboration with local faith, community, and historic preservation leaders.

What does the Texas Office provide?

Exterior of Grace United Methodist Church, Dallas, TX

Information

  • Resource center of published materials
  • Clearinghouse of experts and resource organizations

Education

  • Presentations and seminars
  • Entry-level consultation
  • Intensive New Dollars/New Partners for Your Sacred Place training

Partners also seeks to develop new projects with local and regional organizations around community development, congregational development, history and culture, and economic development. Partners can help convene stakeholders and provide national contacts, and expertise for such projects.

How does the Texas Office operate?

A strong local team of religious, community, historic preservation, and design organizations have worked to bring Partners to Fort Worth, led by local architect and civic leader James Nader, FAIA. Suzanne Yowell and Alison Hernandez, assisted by an advisory board of community leaders and a roster of dedicated experts in construction, stewardship, and community ministry, bring Partners’ services to the region.

For more information about Partners’ Texas Office, please contact

Suzanne Yowell, Director
866.315.4840, x252 [toll free]
syowell@sacredplaces.org

Alison Hernandez, Program Coordinator
866.315.4840, x252 [toll free]
ahernandez@sacredplaces.org

Partners for Sacred Places
Texas Office
6040 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Suite 62
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
866.315.4840 [toll free]
817.378.9703 [fax]
http://www.sacredplacestexas.blogspot.com
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