Thanks to a grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation, our beloved Barn Chapel is currently undergoing its first restoration since being constructed in 1987. The restoration includes all new windows, overhangs added to all of its eaves, a new roof, chimney repairs, and cedar shingle siding replacement. This restoration will greatly increase the life of this building which has been well-used in many different capacities. Currently, it serves as housing for our Journeyperson, a general meeting space for group gatherings, and the storage/drying space for all of the wood that we use in building our boats. We are grateful for Michael Alderson Restorations who has been our main contracting crew for the majority of the work. We are also looking forward to the help of many volunteers in the months to come as we replace the cedar-shingle siding!