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South Side Market House, 100 years strong

Now home to a Citiparks senior center and gymnasium, the South Side Market House has been city-owned and operated for the last 100 years.


 Members of the Open Door Church at Garfield Community Farm gather under budding trees to worship in the open air. The open-air service mixed traditional worship and singing with chores at the urban farm. Among them were baking the communion bread in a wood-fired oven.

Faith leaders are 'planting' churches in new fields

As traditional congregations decline, some faith leaders are creating new venues of worship in unconventional spots.



 The Reverend B.J. Woodworth of the Open Door Church.

The Revs. Woodworth: father and son church planters

When he meets with other church planters, the Rev. Rodger Woodworth finds he’s old enough to be the father of many of them. In one case, he



 Pastor Brian Bolt, founder of CityReach Church on the North Side.

Brian Bolt: going to 'places nobody else will go to'

For Brian Bolt, the road to leading an ambitious church-planting network began in a bloody ambulance ride more than a decade ago.


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