In many parts of the country, congregations of older churches, synagogues and other houses of worship are having trouble making ends meet. But there is a non-profit resource center that can help them find ways to keep open the doors of their historic buildings. The Philadelphia-based organization is called Partners for Sacred Places. Bob Jaeger is president and co-founder. Recently Jaeger spoke at a meeting of the Covington Business Council. He told WNKU's Steve Hirschberg that he saw the need for such an organization back in the early 1980's.