Trinity E.C. breaks ground for expansion

By on April 13, 2016

Beers & Hoffman Architecture created this elevation drawing of the new expansion planned for Trinity E.C. Church.

After several years of planning and lots of meetings with Beers & Hoffman Architecture for the design, Diehm & Sons Inc. for the land development plan, Horst Construction of Lancaster for the development of construction plans, and finally obtaining approval from Lititz Borough, Trinity Evangelical Congregational Church, located at the corner of East Orange and South Cedar streets, is ready to start building for the future.

A groundbreaking ceremony was held last Sunday to kick-off the first phase of a two-part building project. On April 25, this long awaited project will become a reality when the old parsonage will be demolished to make way for new construction.

Happy parishioners join the groundbreaking ceremony of the Trinity E.C. Church expansion on April 10.

The new addition to the church will house a much needed elevator (giving members access to at least 95 percent of the facility), handicap restrooms, along with remodeling some areas within the interior of the church. While this new addition may seem small in size, it is the most integrated and complex part of the two-part expansion plan.

Trinity remains committed to serve the community of Lititz, endeavoring to win persons to Christ and to build believers in the faith. Learn more at

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