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|The Boardroom, Sacristy, and Counting Room were renovated during November 2007.
Renovations of the Boardroom, Sacristy, and Counting Room—November 2007
Renovations under the 2004–06 Capital Campaign focused on the Nave and parking lot, but even then it was clear that the Boardroom and adjacent areas needed renovations.
In addition to the clutter in the Boardroom, which is obvious in the picture to the right, the walls and ceiling needed painting, and the flooring needed to be replaced.
Scraping and Painting
By the end of the day on Wednesday, November 14, the ceiling and walls had been painted, and the carpet had been removed in the Boardroom (below left), Counting Room (below right), and the Sacristy.
Worshippers on Sunday morning, November 18, found the work nearing completion. The flooring, molding, and lighting fixtures had been installed throughout the work area and most doors (some minus some hardware) had been replaced. New built-in racks were in place for choir robes and vestments in the Counting Room (below left), and some furniture was back in the Boardroom (below right).
Even though the major work of the renovations was finished up in a week, the finishing touches took a bit more time. Finally, on Sunday, April 27, all was complete and Pastor Lilley said a prayer of dedication at the end of the 8:00 AM worship service. At right, Steve and Linda Miller, major donors to the renovation effort, look over the finished Boardroom.
The other side of the Boardroom (below, left) has a chalk board and a display of historic pictures from the history of the congregation. The old Counting Room (below, right) now doubles as a robing room.
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