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Historic church meeting house nears completion

Fri, Mar 8th, 2013
Posted in All Faith & Worship

The Lenora Pioneer Church Society which cares for the historic Lenora United Methodist Church in Fillmore County, announces that the “Lenora House,” a small meeting area with modern restroom, kitchen and gathering space, is nearing completion. The Lenora House is located adjacent to the historic 1856 church building on the west end of the parking area. The house has been remodeled in such a way as to provide space for various church - related activities and events. The interior of the house includes recycled wainscoting from the former Lenora Town Hall that was demolished several years ago, light fixtures from an old school building, and various other items re-used from other buildings.

The Lenora Pioneer Church Society has been working on the remodeling of this house for several years and has been moving forward on faith. The group expresses sincere appreciation for all of the support on this project -- it has been a beautiful expression of people working together to the glory of God. It is hoped to have the house available for group activities and events beginning this spring. As the house project moves toward completion, the next project will be some repair work on the historic church building including the repainting of the exterior trim and soffits. Financial gifts may be sent to Pam and Bart Seebach, Treasurers in care of P.O. Box 10 Eyota, MN 55934.

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