The Changing Face of King of PeacePart I
May 2001 was an exciting month at King of Peace. Both the land and the building underwent some significant changes. Photos of the work are here at this page and at a second page, which shows the later part of the project. More photos of King of Peace can also be found in our online scrapbook. Click on any image below to see a larger version.
Putting up more drywall on May 23.
An overall view and John Helberg doing electrical work.
A look at putting in new joists, taking out old ones, and a view in the nursery during the work.
A hardworking crew sheetrocking the new ceiling.
Finished joists, pulling out the door and nailing down the plywood flooring in what was the garage area.
Victoria pulling nails and Mark and Tom installing joists.
Mark and Tom remove ceiling boards in the garage area and Zane nailing.
John pours and smoothes a footer under the doorway while Terri and Janet supervise.
A major challenge on April 30, 2001 was to safely bring down a very
heavy non-structural beam
To show that the building blocks that form King of is people, the congregation was invited to right their names on the concrete block foundation in the garage. Our church is being built of living stones.
Harold Watson and Mark West doing some prep work on the garage expansion project.
King of Peace's heavily wooded back five acres have been greatly
opened up through
A bulldozer levels the piles of dirt in the church yard to open access to the back five acres of our 7-acre lot.
King of Peace Episcopal Church + 6230 Laurel Island Parkway + Kingsland, Georgia 31548-2526