Church Project Theorem: The Outsider's Edge

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One of our oldest and most enduring theorems, the Outsider's Edge refers to poor urban parishes that are just happy to get a little love. It's so named because visitors, especially ones that don't fit the demographics of a certain area, often get personal attention or special access to church facilities. Say, a special tour, or a glance at a previously closed upper church. 

Notable Examples