St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
Project Quick Facts
- St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
- Type of Project: Feasibility Study/Renovation
- Location: York, PA
This project started out as a feasibility study, leading to a renovation of multiple different areas. According to the Rev. Stanley D. Reep, the new design “breaks out all the barriers for not just accessibility, but visually” in the worship area. Screens have been removed that isolated the choir, communion rails were removed and the number of steps needed to reach the altar decreased. An entire floor of flagstone was jackhammered out, a new slab poured and heat installed that was followed by a new floor.
We are proud to be the MEP Engineers/Lighting Designers for this special project in York, PA. Survival and moving forward is in the DNA of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in York, PA that has weathered the Civil War, The Great Depression, a devastating arson, a decision to move to the southern edge of the city, the absorption of two other Lutheran congregations, and urban flight.