Expanding Our Space
Our Sunday services are full and we want to make room for others to join the excitement. We are enclosing the front porch and knocking out a wall to make room for more people to attend King of Peace. Here are photos of the work (oldest photos are at the bottom), which began March 22 and finished April 7. The additional finishing details will be taken care of as we complete our next expansion projectfinishing in the garage. We have the building permit for that project and will begin in late April.
Finishing paneling and adding the cross on the front of the church completed the project.
The new siding painted.
The front door being painted and completed.
Worship space on April 1 with expansion still in progress.
On March 28, the front doorway was installed...
...and construction began on the floor.
Taking out bricks was the big muscle-aching task on Monday, March 26
We kept two sledghammers busy, breaking one handle on a new sledghammer
Robert and Zane Maloney worked as a father and son church demolition team
The wall before and during removal on Monday, March 26, 2001
The exterior view of the new wall going in, before the door was added
Installing windows and cutting siding
Framing the wall and checking out joists in the attic
King of Peace Episcopal Church + 6230 Laurel Island Parkway + Kingsland, Georgia 31548-2526