A lot has happened over the last two weeks. If all things go as planned, the organ installation should begin in a week. The dedication service has been scheduled for September 12, D.V.
The retaining wall has been installed
The installation of the front entrance doors has started
One of the lights in the felllowship hall has been put up
The carpet has been installed in the classrooms
The coat room
The sanctuary is now painted and the lights have been installed
Sound diffusers have been installed on the back wall to help with the acoustics
The pulpit plans
This is the piece of HSS that the speaker will hang off of.
The sliding glass door at the back was also being installed
The old church building, the photo taken before it all began.
The building project has been going on for more than year now. I’ve published 83 posts comprising of 765 photos. The day with the most blog traffic was March 13, 2013 when I posted some pictures of the demolition. If you scroll to the very bottom of the page, I’ve put up a blog archives and a categories section where you can browse older posts.
Here are two pictures from Brian of the air condition units being lifted onto the roof on Friday. I should be able to get to the church tomorrow and get some more pictures up.
The stone and stucco work continues and the interior is ready almost ready for painting. The biggest issue holding the project back is the pouring of the sanctuary floor, which is held back since the ground is frozen.
I previously reported that vandals had broken the newly installed stain glass, I was wrong and I apologize for this misinformation. The glass was damaged in shipping and was installed broken (to keep out the wind). Other parts of the job are continuing with Kranendonk Construction starting on the stonework.
One of the undamaged windows
A stone sample
Installing the stained glass on the top window