• The Early Center for Christian Education & Worship
  • The Early Center for Christian Education & Worship
  • The Early Center for Christian Education & Worship
  • The Early Center for Christian Education & Worship
  • The Early Center for Christian Education & Worship
  • The Early Center for Christian Education & Worship
  • The Early Center for Christian Education & Worship
  • The Early Center for Christian Education & Worship

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The Early Center for Christian Education & Worship

InstitutionalRenovations

This renovation project transformed historic Spence Hall, a former library originally constructed in 1897, into the Early Center for Christian Education and Worship, a multi-purpose facility at Union Presbyterian Seminary. The former library stacks were demolished to create the three-story open space.

Other areas in the 37,000 square-foot building include classrooms, administrative offices, conference rooms and a full-service kitchen. In the chapel, giant side doors can be opened to gain additional seating for two adjacent classrooms. The doors connecting the chapel and the classrooms were built on-site and weigh nearly 1,500 pounds each.