George Hillard, senior warden at Christ Church, said the restoration cost about $10,000.
"But to do it from scratch today would probably cost three or four times that," Hillard
"It's in beautiful shape.
It's going to look nice and will give us light into the church."
purchased the nondescript rectangular building at 750 Fairway Drive three years ago.
"Now that we have a steeple and an apse, we look like a church," Hillard
"The extra space also lets us do things the way the liturgy requires, such as placement of the tabernacle."
is a member of the Diocese of the Holy Cross
, and of Forward
in Faith-North America.
The Church provides traditional Anglican worship using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer and the 1940 Hymnal.
said work on the $45,000 addition began last October and was scheduled to be completed today after installation of the window.
"We've started growing because we have families with little kids now," he
"Our apse is not quite as fancy as some of the big ones," Hillard