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The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has (Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh

Completed in 1837, the Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh was designed by Alexander Jackson Davis and is now the focus of a rehabilitation effort by local residents.

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has
(Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has
(Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has
(Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

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The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has
(Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has
(Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has
(Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has
(Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has
(Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

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The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has
(Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has
(Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has
(Credit: Karl de Vries)

The Dutch Reformed Church in Newburgh, which has been largely abandoned since 1967, took a turn for the worse in January when its roof collapsed. Now, local residents are looking to raise up to $12 million to fix the structure and open it up as a community center. (April 19, 2012)

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