United Presbyterian Church Addition and Renovation

In response to a growing congregation, United Presbyterian Church expanded its existing fellowship hall to include a new 650 seat sanctuary as well as adding new offices and a new full service kitchen to support their ongoing ministry.  An architectural feature of the project included the relocation of the original church bells to a new steeple as part of the sanctuary addition.

  • Owner: United Presbyterian Church
  • Architect: PSA-Dewberry, Jim Matarelli
  • Status: Completed October 2006

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