Tiling was nearly completed for where the baptismal font will be located in the back of the chapel at the Old Latin School in Wittenberg, Germany, during construction work Feb. 18-19.
At its 2013 convention, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod adopted Resolution 1-07B encouraging congregations and individuals to support The Wittenberg Project with prayer and financial resources.
Glass was installed in the frames for the bookstore and foyer walls at the Old Latin School in Wittenberg, Germany, on Feb. 12-13, and the elevator floor was tiled to match the Erdgeschoss hallway and foyer.
Bathrooms for the dorm rooms at the Old Latin School in Wittenberg, Germany, are taking shape by way of tiles and showers. The elevators are coming along, and progress is being made on ground floor and second floor doors.
The Rev. David Bueltmann and Bob Claus give an update on The Wittenberg Project during an interview with KFUO’s Andy Bates.
The elevator is now being installed in the Old Latin School in Wittenberg, Germany. Photos show the elevator base and other components that were stacked in the bookstore area and workers who were at the top and bottom of the elevator shaft.
Take a peek as renovations on the “Old Latin School” progress toward the May 2015 dedication of this new education and outreach center in the heart of Wittenberg, Germany.
Inside the Old Latin School in Wittenberg, Germany, a new floor has been poured and metal framing is in place, ready for glass walls to be installed.
Screed has been poured on the ground floor of the Old Latin School in Wittenberg, Germany, to form a smooth and level floor. Also on the ground floor, work is progressing in the bookstore area, including the frames for the glass wall on the north wall, and in the public restrooms.
Listen to a Dec. 9 interview with KFUO’s Andy Bates and the Rev. Randy Golter, who leads The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in planning the 2017 Reformation 500th anniversary celebration.
Drywall and plastering work in one of the dorm rooms on the first floor of the Old Latin School in Wittenberg, Germany, is progressing.
In late November, architect Frau Gensicke, one of the contractors and LCMS missionary Rev. David L. Mahsman, managing director of the International Lutheran Society of Wittenberg, examined the Old Latin School’s facade — the stucco, paint, window flashing, etc.
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