Last week construction officially began in and around the sanctuary space at Calvary. As you attend worship services over the weeks to come you will undoubtedly notice signs of this ongoing work. All of this is part of a congregation approved $600,000 update to the sanctuary to replace the aging roofs (including the A-Frame), modernize the lighting in the space, repair water damage in several areas, improve overall efficiency, and repaint the exterior surfaces. This much needed work is good stewardship of a worship space and facility that is important to us at Calvary, but also to many in our community who make use of the space.
Keep an eye out for updates in the weeks to come.
Paul Maxfield and Steve Frank meet with Calvary’s architect, the construction superintendent, and roofers as construction begins.
New electrical conduit is laid within the roof for updated wiring and new lighting in the sanctuary. It will soon be covered by insulation and a new roof.
Holes are drilled in the ceiling to accommodate new wiring for the additional lights. You could say that the sanctuary is now more holy than ever before.