Note: This center is no longer active. Information is provided for purely historic reference purposes.
The Center for Sacred Landmarks is a research and public service center within the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University, that provides information about Cleveland's and Northeast Ohio's religious structures and organizations and their past and present roles in strengthening and maintaining communities within the region. The Center's director is Dr. Michael Tevesz.
The initiative’s four primary activities include researching and documenting the architectural and aesthetic features of Cleveland’s religious structures; providing guidance or referrals to religious institutions that wish to preserve their archival materials and artworks, including their stained glass windows; researching and documenting the human and social services engaged in by religious institutions; and researching and documenting the role that various religious institutions and their members have played in the history of the Northeast Ohio region.