The renovation included a redesign of the 6,850-square-foot main floor, adding a chapel, as well as a new ceiling, curved pews at a cost of more than $100,000, new sealed units’ windows with a new tint so the church is bright enough but not too hot in the summer, and the installation an air conditioning system.
It is the biggest renovation to 14,000-square-foot church since the 1970s. The most prominent change is the relocation of the entrance. Prior to the renovation, the entrance was behind the altar, which is unlike most churches.
Materials are primarily interior drywall on steel stud partitions, wood accent finishes on windows, ceiling lighting and a central focal point Altar.