By Matthew McCully – In a time when many rural churches are being torn down or sold and converted, the Christchurch Canterbury is in the midst of a restoration to preserve the heritage site. “It’s been an amazing voyage,” said Edward Pederson, President of the Bury Historical and Heritage Society, the organization that has owned the building since 2015. Yesterday a concrete foundation slab was poured for the building. “It’s currently a construction site,” Pederson said, explaining that in three or four days when the foundation is completely dry, a work crew will smooth out the property and lay the groundwork for landscaping around the church. See full story in the Wednesday, October 24 edition of The Record.