Church life in the Huntsville United Methodist Church is strong and growing so the congregation has set out to lay a foundation for growth.
A $1.5 million expansion and renovation project is under way which will provide a 400-capacity sanctuary and additional classrooms.
ABOVE: An architectural rendering shows what the interior of the Huntsville United Methodist Church should like when a current expansion and renovation projection is complete. (ARTIST RENDERING | GARMIN AND MILLER) HOME PAGE SLIDESHOW PHOTO: Stakes mark the lines for an addition project at the Huntsville United Methodist Church. The congregation is meeting at Indian Lake High School during the renovation project. (EXAMINER PHOTO | RICK PITTS)
“Part of the project is to meet immediate needs,” said the Rev. Bryan Meadows, “but we’re also looking on down the road to 20, 40, even 60 years from now.
“We want the church to be a place to grow in the Lord and build the kingdom. I’ve said in the past the local church is the hope of the world and our congregation considers it a privilege and honor to do this.”
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