Ellen Happ Architect

St. Paul’s Parish Hall

St. Paul’s Parish Hall is a flexible space designed for many uses. On Sunday mornings it serves first as classrooms and then as the gathering space for coffee hour. The hall includes a small library, a stage for occasional performances and all the bulletin boards for groups within the parish. Partitions for dividing the space into five classrooms are hidden behind panels in the rear of the room and on the stage. The tracks for the sliding partitions are located in the ceiling beams. During coffee hour the bulletin board doors can be opened to display church group activities, and closed when the space is used for other functions. Renovations also included a new vestibule with skylights.

General Contractor: Happ Contractors, Inc.

Photos: Mind Your Design

Site Development & Engineering By Parlee Stumpf