The Bethel All Nations Church is a former bank building, originally constructed in the early 1920s. An exterior and interior structural evaluation was performed on the structure to document imminent dangerous and hazardous conditions which precluded its continued use. Findings of this investigation revealed deterioration at the terra cotta cornice and brackets at the south and east elevations that were failing and causing the terra cotta to lean down and away from the building, placing excessive pressure on the brackets. As a safety measure, we installed scaffolding to the east and south elevations to protect pedestrians from further potential danger. Our further investigations resulted in a permanent sidewalk closure, along both building elevations.