Grace and Glory Lutheran Church
This project includes new construction of a 7,100 sf wood framed church building, on a greenfield site. Sitework includes grading, paved and gravel parking areas, a sanitary sewer line, storm lines including a storm detention pond, a new well and water line, and site lighting. The church is a one story structure consisting of concrete footings, masonry block foundations, wood framed walls, and wood roof trusses. The sanctuary includes a vaulted ceiling supported by Metwood building components. The facade includes brick, veneer stone, and vinyl siding. Openings included clad wood windows, aluminum storefront entrances, and wood doors with associated steel frames and hardware. The roof is asphalt shingle on plywood decking. Interior finishes include carpet and vinyl flooring, painted drywall walls and ceilings, and acoustic ceiling tile. Components include casework in the kitchen, nursery, bathrooms, and sacristy room. The sanctuary is accented by a raised oak pulpit, ornamental faux trusses, and fiberglass columns. The sanctuary also includes a raised choir loft and raised audio/visual area.