Easter Sunday was cold and snowy, but everyone had directions on how to enter the sanctuary, thanks to a sign that our Doug and Matt donated to Compton when they moved to Florida.
It was a happy Easter indeed with many new faces as well as returning folks who hadn't been able to attend in a while.
Our renovation and disability access project is almost complete. Inside, a new door provides easy access to the sanctuary from the hallway. The hallway was painted and new signs proclaim, Peace to All Who Enter.
Outside, the concrete work for the ramps is finished and facing brick has been applied to the front surfaces, as the city Landmarks commission requested.
At this point, all we need are the railings, and the project will be complete. On March 28, Dave took the old railings to a recylcer, since we had no luck finding a rehabber who wanted to use them. Another $198 for the project! Next up: the gardens and figuring out what to put in the new planters on this front plaza.
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