The release has been signed on the roof work that it was done properly on the Old Latin School in Wittenberg, Germany.
See the latest view of the Alte Lateinschule. The scaffolding has been removed from the east end of the building.
The framework has been installed for the restrooms on the ground floor as have new water pipes near the Juedenstrasse door. Elsewhere, more drywall and wiring has been installed.
The historic preservation authorities have approved the final color for the exterior of the Old Latin School. Already, the south side of the building has gotten a coat of the approved cream color. All of scaffolding should be coming down soon, meaning the entire exterior of the building should soon be painted.
Much progress has been made on the new International Lutheran Center in Wittenberg, Germany. The south-side exterior of the building is mostly finished. Roof tiles and windows are being installed. Stucco work is proceeding on the east side of the building and on the north-side dormer. Inside the building, drywall work continues.
Construction is progressing on the new International Lutheran Center in Wittenberg, Germany, thanks to all those supporting The Wittenberg Project. This photo album shows construction updates made in October.
Construction is progressing on the new International Lutheran Center in Wittenberg, Germany, thanks to all those supporting The Wittenberg Project. This photo album shows construction updates made in September.
St. John’s Lutheran School in Lanesville, Ind., recently held a car wash to raise the funds for the Reformation 500 Club. Congregations and schools who join the Reformation 500 Club commit to raising $500 over the course of the coming year for The Wittenberg Project.
The Old Lutheran School in Wittenberg, Germany, continues to change and improve day-to-day. As you can see in the following pictures, many parts of the building have been fixed or updated.
As Lutherans in the LCMS and worldwide are learning about and supporting The Wittenberg Project, construction continues steadily along on the new International Lutheran Center in Wittenberg, Germany.
Members of the International Lutheran Society of Wittenberg meet at the Luther Hotel in Wittenberg, Germany, tour the reconstruction work at the Old Latin School in the city center, and visit the Luther House.
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