The Rev. John Yates III, rector of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, leans out for a glimpse of construction on the church’s new  building, the first church built in downtown Raleigh in recent history.
The Rev. John Yates III, rector of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, leans out for a glimpse of construction on the church’s new building, the first church built in downtown Raleigh in recent history. ANDREW KENNEY akenney@newsobserver.com
The Rev. John Yates III, rector of Holy Trinity Anglican Church, leans out for a glimpse of construction on the church’s new building, the first church built in downtown Raleigh in recent history. ANDREW KENNEY akenney@newsobserver.com

Downtown Raleigh sees first church built in 50 years

March 01, 2015 5:10 PM

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