This 50,000 sq. ft. facility replaced the congregation’s historic 100-year-old church that was destroyed by fire in 1995. The building program focused on creating a worship space with the warmth and communal focus of the original masonry church. Familiar elements such as the steeple and bell tower, side chapel and generously proportioned narthex provide visual connections to the past, while the multi-use social hall and educational wing meet the contemporary needs of a growing congregation.

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