The outer shell work continues on the sanctuary and ministry buildings, which appear to become one as winter approaches.
The form of our church building is beginning to take shape, as the shell goes on, along with a couple of lovely evening photos taken by the LaFlam family.
Sadly, just days before the shell went up, thieves broke into the onsite trailer that held some of our contractors' tools, worth thousands of dollars. But that has not stopped the work from continuing, and Pastor Mark encouraged us that "the gates of hell shall not prevail" against this project.
On the brighter side, The Worship Center has hit its 30th anniversary as a church congregation, which was celebrated on October 15th!
The first sight of the 'bones' of the building are in place! We put a couple of subjects in there, for scale.
Drone video by James Aburahmeh
Things are moving along as the steel frames arrive for the building! You might want to know why we chose steel framing over wood framing, so here's an informative article you wish to read, "Why Is Steel Used In Construction?"
A crew performs installation of electrical conduit for the parking lot lighting and rejoiced at finally beginning actual work on the building. They also carved scripture promises into the cement to commemorate the work that is being done with the help of God.
Our building permit and loan to build have been approved! Things should move along now.
A crew was put together and sent to a Lutheran church's liquidation sale in New York to purchase & bring home a gorgeous arched stained glass window of the Great Shepherd scene and 26 beautiful ginger brown pews (currently being stored at our headquarters location).
This site is arranged and maintained by Carol Simpson and Carolyn Page of TWC. Some of the contents of this site are contributions made by various members of our congregation.
The people of TWC are very excited to make the Building With A Vision church building project a reality. Please join us on our journey to its completion.