This rural church in Markham, Virginia needed to address structural repairs to their aging 20 year old building. The floors and exterior walls of Beulah Baptist Church were sagging and the roof was out of square. The project began with structural repairs which carried through to upgrading restrooms and an updated look in the sanctuary space.

The fresh new look was built around the existing stained glass windows, which were carefully removed and installed in custom frames. The interior wood trim color and lighting were all selected to support and compliment their beautiful windows.