In New Orleans, the multidisciplinary design firm Cushing Terrell is helping preserve Holy Aid and Comfort Spiritual Church with support from the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund and the Preserving Black Churches initiative, a $20 million program generously supported by the Lilly Endowment to revive Black churches and congregations. Cushing Terrell is working pro bono on the project.
“The Holy Aid and Comfort Spiritual Church has been through so much,” said architect and lead designer, Mia Kaplan. “As designers, we thrive on opportunities to use our experience to transform the world in a thoughtful way. Reverend Lewis is a
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