Hermitage at Diamond Inc has been formally chartered as a nonprofit organization with the purpose of supporting and sustaining the renovation of an historic church in the East Hills Neighborhood located at the corner of Hermitage Street and Diamond Avenue. The newly formed Hermitage at Diamond board is committed to ensuring that the project isContinue reading “We are forming a Board!”
The old church at 1009 Hermitage and Diamond in Grand Rapids began as the Third Reformed Church in 1875. It was a place of worship, comfort and community for the newly arrived Dutch immigrants who came to Grand Rapids in the late 1800s and lived in the “Brikyaat“ (Brickyard) neighborhood. Although the price of aContinue reading “Article Featured on ARCHITECTURE GRAND RAPIDS”
A Grand Rapids church that’s more than 140 years old has a new owner after sitting vacant for years. Carol Moore bought the church off Diamond Avenue NE at Hermitage Street in the East Hills neighborhood in October 2017 for $100,000. Her vision for it isn’t yet fully imagined, but it will be some sortContinue reading “Wood Tv8 “Historic church to get new life as community center””
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