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Fellowship Hall Renovation Project

Our Fellowship Hall is in serious need of renovations to remain a safe place. The renovations will honor Al and Marian Thomas for their commitment to serving Christ through LPC and also through their volunteer work in the community. We are launching this campaign to fund these renovations and have received a substantial donation from Al and Marian’s children, Vincent & Barbara Thomas and Pamela Thomas-Graham. The Session has approved the renaming of Fellowship Hall to Albert and Marian Thomas Hall. Our goal is to raise $120,000.

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The renovations will include improvements through construction of the following:

New Roof

New Kitchen Cabinets

Paint Walls

Remodel Bathrooms

New luxury vinyl plank flooring throughout

ceiling tiles

New 16’ x 24’ room on existing patio site

New Hardie Plank siding on rear additions


As of March 16, 2023, we have raised $118,620 out of $120,000 through your cash donations. Thank you for supporting this important improvement project! If you'd like to fill out a pledge card, you can download & print one below.

Progress Completed:

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Audio-Visual System

Audio-Visual Update:

As we have all witnessed, to date the AV project has been a great success. We have made tremendous progress with the audio in the sanctuary. The acoustical tiles, digital programable speakers, and the new soundboard have made a big difference for all of us. On the video side we have begun to be able to use some of the equipment on a limited basis. The projector and screen have been used by the FH team, and Pastor Chris has used it for her class on the Psalms. We have also used the rear monitor to be able to show the cross that used to be hanging there.


However, we still have much to be completed before we are fully operational. The live streaming equipment still needs to be updated. Microphone jacks need to be installed for the bells and guest musicians. The balance of our video capabilities needs to be completed and there is wiring that needs to be properly positioned.


Despite all the work that remains, I do expect it to be completed by mid-March. Of course, there will be time needed as we learn how to operate all that the systems have to offer. In the meantime, if you have any questions or comments please contact me at Included are a few pictures that give you a sense of all that was involved in the installation.

Bob Lowry

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