WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH OUR CHURCH BUILDINGS?
TRANSFORMING HISTORIC CHURCH BUILDINGS
INTO COMMUNITY HUBS FOR THE MODERN
URBAN LANDSCAPE OF CANADA
Our aim is to see 100 historic church buildings converted into community hubs to be used as “incubators” or “accelerators” for the charitable and community sectors.
TCF’s model is to acquire the (co)ownership or usage of historic church buildings in exchange for building management and the provision of ongoing worship space usage on Sundays. Various charitable partners are then invited to be part of a new “community hub” concept, attractive to new categories of grants (government and private) and multiple tranches of donation and bond-offering. Heritage buildings will ﬁrst be made safe and usable and later sensitively developed to a modern, world-class standard also suitable for conference, event, concert and wedding activities that will lead to local centres becoming ﬁnancially self-sustainable.
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