On December 6, 2020 fire heavily damaged a portion of our church building.  While the fire was mostly confined to the conference room and office areas ... there was heavy smoke and soot damage to the rest of the building.

Our thanks go out to all those who have reached out to offer whatever assistance they could ... from friends and strangers near and far to the neighbors all around us...

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because after all ... our church is not about the building ... but about the people of the church.  We shall rebuild stronger and more faithful than ever.

R&R Update:

July 22, 2021

It’s been a pretty busy week! Over the last 7 days, the Music Ministry Team has met specifically to respond to tasks individual team members accomplished over the last couple of weeks. Our team of AV experts – Bob Harvey, Jim Pinson, Katy Harvey, Ed Belt and Tim Akers – gathered to discuss the visual, sound and internet connections needed to accommodate sanctuary worship, both virtually and in person. Time was spent with Steve #1 (the contractor) and Joe (Aria Interior Design) to discuss paint, plaster, carpeting, flooring, windows, doors, as well as placement of lighting, conduit, electrical outlets and the items outlined in last week’s update on the fire alarm system. The brick all has been removed to make room for the window that will bring light in from just above where the “high pulpit” used to be, and the masonry necessary, both inside and outside, is being given special attention. The roof that was gone last week has been replaced, and new wood ceilings have been put up in the offices and conference room. Though unfinished at the moment, they are going to be beautiful!

Here are a few more photos... 

New window in the sanctuary

Church Office Ceiling

Closing off the Choir Loft

You can also see the communion table and the pew that used to sit by the side door waiting to be cleaned/restore