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Down in our Fellowship Hall is a large modern kitchen which was renovated in 2003. The Young Adult Sunday School Class meets there. In 2002 an elevator was installed that connects the Fellowship Hall to the new addition. The new addition, located off of Hanover Street, is a handicapped accessible entrance.
There are Men's and Ladies' Restrooms located down in the Fellowship Hall. Recently another restroom was located in the new addition. This restroom is handicapped accessible and is equipped with a baby changing station and a shower. On the second floor of our Education Wing there is an another restroom.
In our Education Wing there are multiple classrooms, a computer center which was built in memory of Deacon, John Carroll, The office of Kevin Campbell, our Coordinator of Teen Ministries, a choir room which has been restored to the Victorian Era, The Pastor's Study, and the Church Office.
Our Library, built and dedicated on All Saints Day, 1988 is made of oak. The windows are original windows of our building which occupied the space where the organ now sits. The Library, located in the annex worship area on the 4th. Street Side is a great place to find a book. A recently renovated lounge area, just off of the sanctuary is a comfortable area perfect for relaxing. The photographs on the wall were taken by Rev. Webster in 1995 during a trip to Israel. On the landing leading to the Fellowship Hall is the acrylic painting, Christ's Passion' done by Stefan Furhmann, an exchange student from Germany.
On Palm Sunday, 1990, Grace Presbyterian Church became the first church in North America to have more than a handful of people from the then Soviet Union, attend a Protestant Worship Service. These were members of the famous Bim Bom Circus of Moscow. Their tour was just beginning in the United States when back home the Soviet Union was disintegrating. Stranded in the United States, without funding, Grace Church helped to raise money enabling them to safely return home. A permanent display is mounted on the wall near the pastor's study.