The Changing Face of King of Peace
In May and June 2001 volunteers worked to expand the church's worship space to hold more than 100 people. The work has made a dramatic difference that you have to see for yourself. The most recent photos are at the top of this page. Scroll down the page to see earlier phases of work. This page grew too large, and earlier photos of this project have been moved to another page. More photos of King of Peace can also be found in our online scrapbook.
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Carpet an icon cross and other details completed the project in late June.
Cleaning and the nearly finished space. Just some molding and the carpeting to go.
Victoria mixes the texture while Dan Randolph and Father Frank spray it on the ceiling.
Dan Randolph sanding and painting the new worship space.
The process of mudding the drywall kicks into high gear
The last pieces of drywall went in on June 3
taping and mudding in the drywall
The final pieces of dryall going into the worship space
a work crew painting the exterior
King of Peace Episcopal Church + 6230 Laurel Island Parkway + Kingsland, Georgia 31548-2526