Church of Our Saviour is a combination of new and old structures. The oldest dating back nearly a century while the ‘new’ building is close to 50 years in age. This means that there is a lot of monitoring and upkeep necessary to keep these buildings in good shape. Everything from the boiler to the chair lift needs to be monitored to make sure they stay in working order. Additionally the two people who do most of the building maintenance also work hard on projects like painting the chapel and replacing ceilings damaged by water leaks.
Buildings and Grounds also backs up our housekeeping by lending their time with vacuuming and dusting.