Interfaith network aims to rebuild African-American church

October 15, 2019

Inside a small Woodside Avenue church set among the trees, the oldest African-American congregation in the northern Pioneer Valley has made its home for more than a century.

But nearly a decade after celebrating the building's centennial in 2010, the Goodwin Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church needs extensive repairs, including a new oil burner estimated to cost at least $13,000.

Original Source: SF Chronicle