First Presbyterian Church Renovates Fellowship Hall for Contemporary Worship

Now more than ever, the site of First Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale’s 9:30 a.m. Sunday contemporary worship service is ready to engage congregants. The church recently completed their Fellowship Hall renovation project, which began in April and was financed by donations from church members. The project was completed by James Hartley Construction, with the help of Fisher Electric, Master Florida Builders and Zebedee Systems.

The upgraded Fellowship Hall now features a modernized look and feel with a grey and blue color palate, acoustic ceilings, an upgraded lighting system, a new sound booth, and a new projection system with two HD projectors and 120-inch screens. The renovations also included installation of a family, ADA accessible bathroom in the lobby and new window treatments and vinyl wood flooring.

Rev. Dr. Russ Ritchel, pastor at First Presbyterian Church of Fort Lauderdale said, “This new and improved space will allow us to better meet the needs of our congregants by providing yet another functional space on our campus fully equipped for worship and fellowship.”

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