Property Team

Every Thursday morning, the Property Team works for 2-3 hours around the grounds of Holy Trinity to spruce it up before our Sunday worship services.  Their usual tasks include  minor building repairs, mowing the grass, indoor cleaning, setting up heavy equipment, and painting.  After finishing the tasks for the day, they meet for 30 minutes for coffee, snacks, and fellowship.  If you are interesting in joining or helping out, contact

Our current Property Team leader is David Mercer. 

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November 2017: Drywall, lighting, the changing seasons, a new look in the "garage" ...

Posted by Mark Donahue on Thursday, November 9, 2017 @ 2:41 PM

A mysterious thing happens from time to time as the hours of daylight change. Typically, I know it has happened again when I observe the parking lights are on when they should be off, or off when they should be on. This usually means that a mystery person has gone to the boiler room, opened the control box for the lights, and changed the settings on the timer. More often than not, the setting has been changed such that the lights are on and stay on. I really wish the mystery person or persons would not do this, because energy is wasted. In a few cases, the settings have prevented the lights from coming on when needed. Please contact me in person or by phone (603-953-3855) if you believe the controls for the parking lot lights need to be changed.

Lighting matters are an ongoing challenge. We recently changed another of the bulbs in the high overhead lighting fixtures in the Sanctuary using a reach rod device provided by Jonathan Bock. This is the third time to date that one of these bulbs has been changed without the need for an aerial lift. Thank you, Jonathan!

I also hope you notice improved lighting in the gathering area. We recently replaced three of failed spot lights above the entrance to the Sanctuary and also replaced several failed bulbs in the overhead light fixtures in the Gathering Area. As part of this work and previous work, all of the fixtures in the Gathering Area now have LED bulbs which will save energy without loss of illumination and should give significantly longer bulb life. Work to add additional lighting for the library has continued, and should complete soon. We will be working on some additional lighting matters in the coming weeks. Let there be light!

When the "garage" door is open, you will notice improvements to the back wall. The new drywall work to resolve a fire code issue has been completed and new shelving has been installed to improve storage and reduce clutter.

David Mercer, Property Team Leader

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