We are renovating a building close to our original location in West Fort Worth, and will be moving into this space sometime in 2020.
Our Facebook page has more updates and images about our new building and renovation process.
Monthly Updates from the Relocation Central Commission (RCC)
January 6, 2020
The Words of the Day are…Glass and Concrete
Look at the reflection in our new addition as glass is currently being installed in all the offices and new classrooms. The completed brickwork surrounding the windows is now accented by decorative concrete texture. The supports for the Sanctuary and Narthex stained glass windows are taking shape. Our Narthex has a roof and concrete is being poured to finish the entrance. Speaking of concrete, the new sidewalk is staked out and concrete will appear soon. HVAC compressors have been installed. Work continues on the inside for both ducting and drywall taping/bedding.
December 5, 2019
Progress on our new west side home continues at a rapid pace. However, much of the good news this week is not visible via photos. The majority of the infrastructure (duct work, plumbing, electricity, insulation) has been completed and just recently passed inspection. Our new Narthex is shaping up nicely and the scaffolding has been erected for the bricklayers. Most of the brick on the new addition has been laid and the lighter color blends nicely with the original building. The two structures have now been connected with the only stairs in the church being supplemented with a ramp.
November 1, 2019
Our new church home is rapidly taking shape both inside and outside. Please notice the pictures of the metal skeleton of the marvelous wooden ceiling detail in the sanctuary renovation. The Pink Panther is busily installing his signature insulation throughout the exterior walls. Dry wall is being stacked in the appropriate rooms and erected systematically. Also notice the narthex tower peeking over the new concrete patio. The new construction for church offices and additional classrooms is looking good with the yellow waterproof housewrap girding the new steel frame. Progress!