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The 90-year-old Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Port Washington underwent a $1.7M renovation and expansion project before the ribbon-cutting ceremony. From left, William Gordon, chairman of the finance committee; Roger Smith, lead architect; Nick Andreadis, builder; Veronica Ann Moseby, parish secretary; Tom Rice, project manager; Steve Femoso, project foreman; and Rev. Dr. Charles Vogeley. (June 1, 2013)

Lutheran Church of Our Savior is renovated

The Lutheran Church of Our Savior church in Port Washington underwent a $1.5M renovation. Parishioners came to the church to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony, free concert and other festivities.

The 90-year-old Lutheran Church of Our Savior in
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The 90-year-old Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Port Washington underwent a $1.7M renovation and expansion project before the ribbon-cutting ceremony. From left, William Gordon, chairman of the finance committee; Roger Smith, lead architect; Nick Andreadis, builder; Veronica Ann Moseby, parish secretary; Tom Rice, project manager; Steve Femoso, project foreman; and Rev. Dr. Charles Vogeley. (June 1, 2013)

The Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Port
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The Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Port Washington recently underwent a $1.7M renovation and expansion project. Church members celebrated their newly renovated church by attending a free concert in the chapel, a ribbon-cutting ceremony and hosting other festivities. (June 1, 2013)

The Rev. Dr. Charles Vogeley speaks to parishioners
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The Rev. Dr. Charles Vogeley speaks to parishioners at the new entrance of The Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Port Washington before a ribbon-cutting ceremony. (June 1, 2013)

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The Rev. Dr. Charles Vogeley enters The Lutheran
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The Rev. Dr. Charles Vogeley enters The Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Port Washington after the $1.7M renovation and expansion. (June 1, 2013)

Church parishioners gather at the new entrance of
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Church parishioners gather at the new entrance of The Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Port Washington after the church underwent a $1.7M renovation expansion project. (June 1, 2013)

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Church parishioners gather at the renovated entrance of The Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Port Washington to attend a free concert in the chapel, a ribbon cutting ceremony and other festivities. (June 1, 2013)

Parishioners at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior
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Parishioners at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Port Washington enjoy a free concert in the chapel. (June 1, 2013)

Parishioners at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior
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Parishioners at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Port Washington enjoy a free concert and other festivities in the chapel after the ribbon-cutting ceremony. (June 1, 2013)

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Parishioners at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior
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Parishioners at the Lutheran Church of Our Savior in Port Washington gather in the new space recently created during a $1.7M renovation and expansion project. (June 1, 2013)

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