REstoration project

Our ongoing plan for the restoration, renovation, and rehabilitation of our historic building and grounds.

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Dear Christ & St. Luke’s Parish Family,

We are ever grateful for your ongoing generosity in support of needed improvements to our church campus. As we acknowledge our recent successes, we also look forward to important next steps to preserve and restore our historic buildings. I believe we have a moral obligation for our buildings to be welcoming, accessible, and useful for our congregation, visitors, and the community at large, now and for future generations.

Our campaign, Build the Future, focuses on this obligation to create a welcoming, inviting, and sustainable space to serve as a place of belonging for our entire community, fulfilling our mission of hospitality and compassion. In the pages to follow, you will find details about our plans for this project.

Thank you in advance for your support of this important endeavor. You are always in my prayers.

Sincerely,
The Reverend Canon Win Lewis
Rector

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PHASE FOUR

We are currently raising funds for…

  • Parish House Reorganization
  • Elevator
  • New Infill
  • Mechanical Upgrading
  • Expanded Restrooms
  • New Nursery
  • New Choir Room
  • Sacristy and Flower Room
  • Columbarium Expansion
  • Lychgate Garden Renovation

New Entrances

Lloyd Hall

Children’s Chapel

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Phase Three

Sanctuary Renovations

This phase involves the repairs to the sanctuary that will be undertaken once the water damage is stopped and the organ has been removed from the building. This involves the replacement of deteriorating floor boards, repairs to the pews and kneelers, restoration of the stained glass windows, stone cleaning, and lighting improvements. This work began in 2018.

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Phase Two

Organ Restoration

This phase is now complete!

This phase involves the restoration and expansion of our organ along with a reconfiguration of the organ chambers. This will also include a new HVAC system to ensure the proper humidity and temperature control for the new organ. The repairs will require the organ to be completely removed from the church and taken to the factory in Connecticut where the work will be completed. It will require a year to complete the work. The organ was removed in January of 2018 and has now been fully restored and returned to its place in the church.

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Phase One

Water Intrusion Repairs of the Church Buildings

This phase is now complete!

This phase involves repairs to the roof, gutters, mortar joints, and stonework around the church buildings. The repairs will require scaffolding and other means of access around the church to allow workers to get access to the damaged areas.

How Can you help?

Make your donation at the Church Office, or you can give online here. Choose “Capital Campaign” from the drop-down list when giving online.