Ask the large and growing parish
and where do all those people park?
with a superb music program
is it the building that makes their music program superb?
to abandon their mission in downtown Geneva and move into the crumbling building
does St. Peters need a new roof?
are the gutters missing or falling off?
allowing large amounts of rain water (due to missing gutters/downspouts) to fall near the foundation will eventually undermine the soil causing the foundation to fail and cracks will appear in the walls
it would be rather expensive to repair the massive foundations that hold up the thick stone walls
how many months do they plan to keep a large piece of cardboard on a broken window?
with a dwindling, aging congregation so they can help all those impoverished souls on S. Main Street.
you suggested they merge with St Peters
the location on south main street has a larger parking area