Client: Friends of Immanuel Church
Date Completed: 2013
Immanuel Church is a much loved Gothic Revival Church Building, built in 1909, in Winona, Mississippi. It is an excellent example of a small town Gothic Revival Church from the first decade of the twentieth century and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It retains its original structure, windows, and interior fittings including woodwork, floors, pews, organ and alter furniture. It is located on the main thoroughfare leading to downtown Winona. The Phased project began with a facility study to investigate water infiltration and additional restoration needs. The next phase included re-roofing the building using appropriate slate and historic replication of the kneeling bench pattern for new wool carpet. The next phase repaired electrical services, interior plaster walls and associated exterior masonry. The current project involves restoration of the historic stained glass windows in multiple phases to accommodate the continued use of the building, particularly for community events such as weddings and memorials.