Sudbury United Methodist Church
Posted Jul 26, 2016 at 9:55 PM
Updated Jul 27, 2016 at 10:58 AM
By Brad Avery
SUDBURY – A $2.3 million construction project has begun on the United Methodist Church, which will unveil a renovated sanctuary, chapel, fellowship hall and parking lot this September.
According to Richard Morris, chairman of the church council, the project represents a tradition of regular modernization that generations of church members have focused on since the building first opened its doors in 1823.
“About every 60 years we’ve had a major facility improvement,” Morris said. “The members of the congregation 60 years ago built the existing sanctuary, fellowship hall and education building. We’re in a position now of wanting to be sure the church is in a condition to move forward over the next 60 years.” . . . . to read the entire article, click here.