Take a Seat…

As we prepare for our transition to flexible seating in the Sanctuary, the improvements management team has been trying to find a good home for our pews. For months, we’ve been advertising on a website specializing in used pews and on Craigslist. We’ve also alerted the local church community, contacted...

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Looking Ahead…Construction Update

Because of our ongoing project to improve our church facilities, there may be one or two Sundays that we will not be able to use the Sanctuary or Parish Hall. Our Staff and volunteers are working on an alternative plan that will include a move upstairs, utilizing the Brunner Chapel,...

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Sanctuary Demo Began June 17

Our Project Team (Phil Krape, Linda Sanders, Mike McCabe) and friends are working closely with our Building Coordinator, Ernie Congo, and the construction contractors to keep the projects moving forward. Take a look on Sunday! Construction and destruction continue on our many improvements. Here are some photos of recent progress:

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June Update Warner Room and Lift 

Thanks to our hardworking staff, our volunteer team, and our intrepid construction contractors, the projects continue. Don’t be surprised each Sunday! Things change weekly. This week the focus was in the Warner Room, the shaft for the wheelchair lift, and the new accessible bathroom. For a gallery of recent photos,...

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Pledges for Mini Capital Campaign

Our Contractors are busy working on the construction that we hope to have completed by early September. Thank you to our generous pledgers to the Mini-Capital Campaign. We have received pledge payments from many of you already, thank you! Our vendors will want to get paid by the end of...

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So Much Construction!

Our staff and volunteer construction support teams are working hard to facilitate the new building improvements approved by the congregation last year. The ramp is in place, waiting for the cement to cure before final finishes are added. The basement has been torn up to make space for the new...

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