Making Way for the New Kitchen

Dan Mason, an artist and member of ECLC's Construction Committee, carefully removes the stained glass windows from the northeast corner of the existing sanctuary. These walls will be removed in order to join the kitchen addition to the building. The windows will be stored until they can be installed in our new sanctuary.

Dan Mason, an artist and member of ECLC's Construction Committee, carefully removes the stained glass windows from the northeast corner of the existing sanctuary. These walls will be removed in order to join the kitchen addition to the building. The windows will be stored until they can be installed in our new sanctuary.

Although we are building an addition for the new kitchen, it will require even more space from the northeast corner of the current sanctuary and adjacent hallway. Unlike the temporary construction barrier walls in use throughout other areas of the church, permanent walls for the kitchen will be used from the beginning. The framing for them is well under way. 

Although we are building an addition for the new kitchen, it will require even more space from the northeast corner of the current sanctuary and adjacent hallway. Unlike the temporary construction barrier walls in use throughout other areas of the church, permanent walls for the kitchen will be used from the beginning. The framing for them is well under way.