Christ Presbyterian renovated nearly every square foot within the existing church facility and added new spaces to address concerns for neighborhood proclamation.
St. Leonard Catholic Church
The St. Leonard’s Parish project is primarily the addition of a new gathering area with support spaces to enhance fellowship for the parish. Previously, the 1980-vintage existing building only had an entry vestibule and hallway with some undersized offices, and was not conducive to fellowship before and after church services.
This project demolished approximately 1,900-square feet of vestibule, toilet rooms, office and canopy, and replaced them with approximately 7,530 square feet of new construction.
In addition to the gathering space, the new construction provides a kitchenette, new ADA-accessible toilet rooms, storage, and office/multi-purpose spaces. The addition also includes the incorporation of a fire-protection sprinkler system throughout the new and existing portions of the building.
The building includes a 700-person worship space, hospitality and fellowship areas, office space, children’s ministry areas, and support spaces.
Nativity of Our Lord parish had two worship and school locations. The parish is moving toward one location on the downtown worship site.