AUGUSTA — First it was Upton’s Department Store in 1993. Then Belk’s in 1996 followed by J.B. White and Piccadilly Cafeteria in 1998. One by one the anchor stores and more popular restaurants moved out of Augusta’s Regency Mall, the city’s first premier shopping destination. The Mall was the area’s economic engine, one of the […]
The House of Luke, formerly a bank, is owned by a Messianic Jew who has allowed the facility to be turned into a ministry center.
“There are people in need, but churches are struggling [financially] too, so they have to figure out how to use their resources to help as many as they can.”