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Zoar UCC breaks ground on new hall

By on March 13, 2019 at 2:45 pm
Pictured are members of the Zoar United Church of Christ congregation as they break ground on a new building, which will be constructed by Morton Buildings.

At 175 years old, Zoar United Church of Christ in New Hanover is still growing.

The church broke ground Sunday on new building that will be about 25 feet from the entry of the church, located at 9103 D Road. 

“It’ll be our new Christian eduction building and fellowship hall,” said Clem Ruemker, president of the church’s consistory. 

The new facility will cost about $900,000. 

It will be 92 feet long and 66 feet wide, with a total of 6,072 square feet.

The building will have a large auditorium that will seat 228 people, a nursery, three Sunday school classrooms, a large kitchen, a pastor’s office and restrooms…>>>


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James Moss