Living Our Legacy: Construction News

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Building Committee Update

March 4, 2020

Good afternoon all,

I know you share my excitement for our first worship service in Legacy Hall this coming Sunday! We have reservations for 180 parishioners to attend the service this Sunday which is the maximum seating capacity under social distancing guidelines. As mentioned in my prior communication, the ultimate seating capacity is around 450 once we return to normal times. A preview of the space can be seen in this drone video shot by our own Gerry Senechal. As this space will be new to most of you, we will have parishioners stationed in the parking lot to assist you with finding the closest parking and locating the entry to Legacy Hall.

As I mentioned last month, Sunday will mark the opening of the Bradford Gallery space that connects Legacy Hall to the rotunda at the rear entry. Restrooms serving Legacy Hall are located at the end of the gallery (farthest away from Legacy Hall). A temporary wall has been erected at the end of the Bradford Gallery as The Parent Company completes work in the rotunda and kindergarten entrance areas beyond.

Despite some really challenging weather in the last few weeks, work on the last phases of the project continues. In this photo, you can really begin to see the parking and circulation at the new porte cochere at the rear entry. When completed later this month, we’ll add another 36 parking spaces to the campus raising our total parking by one third to 318 spaces at completion. Parishioners will once again be able to enter the building under the porte cochere and walk through the rotunda and into the existing Gathering Space or turn left to access the Bradford Gallery. Work in the rotunda and kindergarten area are moving along quickly. There will no doubt be some ongoing loose ends to tie up, but we hope to have the remaining components of the project completed by the end of March.

I look forward to seeing many of you when Legacy Hall opens on March 7!


Cam Sorenson, Chair

Building Committee

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