The Sabine Tabernacle Church was built by church members in 1927 and has endured the decades admirably. However, for the last few years, a clumsy metal canopy has server as the porte cochere for the entry to the sanctuary. The congregation wanted a more architecturally sensitive structure that would provide security and convenience. The new structure responds to similar architectural elements in the church and blends with the rest of the architecture quite well. The project also involved regrading the site for improved drainage, a new drive and a new brick and iron fence for the campus.
Construction Cost: $345,000.00