This is nominating season…when people ask of us “What role do you want to serve in our community?” I’m just finishing my first full year of being on the Board, and when people ask me about this experience, I am grateful for my past year … read more.
The work to complete our Sanctuary never takes a holiday. Even with the shortened Thanksgiving work week, there is still renovation progress worth noting. From this point onward, we are looking for and celebrating the “magic” of work completed.
Fire Alarm alterations and rough installation … read more.
Welcome to this week’s Renovation Update. We are getting to the place where the weekly progress is becoming more visible to the eye. If you go to the attached photos, you will see the progress more clearly.
The raised chancel framing is complete. There are … read more.
In the last week, the Board of Trustees approved the final contracts for the renovation of our sanctuary and the reconstruction of the East terrace. The contracts have been signed and delivered.
The start date of construction is early September.
For the upcoming construction phase, … read more.
If you are out for a ride near King’s Highway, detour into the drive of the UU Church. You will see the completed new design of the outer wall of our renovated sanctuary. The 17 Andersen windows and the new exit door on the chancel … read more.
Arts & Aesthetics (A&A) has designed a survey to receive input from the congregation about how the Commons area might be designed, decorated and used.
The survey will be conducted from November 10 – December 10.
So much has happened at the construction site during the last two weeks.
There is a new roof!!
The weather cooperated, the materials arrived on time and the workmen started soon after the sun peeked over the horizon.
The time has come!! On Friday, October 23, 2020, a final meeting was held in the drizzle outside of the church doors. Members of the Renovation Task Force (Pam Anderson, Greg Newcomer, Les Engels, Connie Roggio) Rev. Margret A. O’Neall, Ed Fox, representatives from RYEBREAD (architects), Grace … read more.
Information from the Renovators may have seemed quiet the last weeks, but the work has continued. There is so much good news to share this week.
Last week, Grace Construction advised Ed Fox that the Cherry Hill Township Construction Code Official released our Phase I permits. Real work can begin. … read more.
Preparation for the big-rig move-in continues. On the grounds, Lee Phillips and Pat Naylor removed the boxwoods in front of the Church. Landscape removal is complete.
Inside the building, Larry Solow removed for storage all of the old audio equipment that could be salvaged. Team SOS … read more.