Tuesday, March 2, 2010

The Home Survives...

Recently I toured the 19.3 acre site of the former Masonic Home campus, which closed in 2005, that is now being saved and will operate under the entity ACH (formerly All Church Home, Fort Worth). Wayne Carson, PhD, and CEO of ACH, said that the property came under the ownership of ACH in 2008 and the entity serves around 3,500 children each year.

The chapel has been renovated and is open for weddings. It is called The Bell Tower Chapel and Garden. The first wedding is scheduled for 3/2/2010 and over 30 bookings were scheduled when we were out there in the latter part of January.

Many have commented about the classical structure and architecture of the various buildings on the Home campus, most of which are being saved, renovated, and will function as part of the new ACH entity. Above is the old administration building.



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