St. Luke's to unveil upgrades


In St. Luke’s Narthex, granite and marble flooring replaced the vinyl. The original bronze crosses were restored and set into the new floor.

Annual Conference delegates will notice changes at OKC-St. Luke’s.

The church has just completed several major renovation projects, the result of a $2.6 million capital campaign.

The cornerstone project was expansion and renovation of the Christian Life Center. New chairs and reorientation of the space—the stage is on the east side—allowed for expanded seating. The center now accommodates up to 800 guests! And look for the cross symbols in the carpeting.

The Narthex is being restored and updated. First installed in 1957, the vinyl floor has been replaced with granite and marble in the exact colors, patterns, and dimensions. Lighting changes have brought additional light and character to the space.

The centerpiece fountain will have a golden bowl, 6 feet tall, from which water will cascade into a granite tile basin.

The capital campaign also enabled updates to the Adult Education wing and replacement of the Television Ministry Equipment.

The entire renovation was conceived in order to increase the hospitality and welcoming ministries of St Luke’s.

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