Around the time of their 100th Anniversary, the Community Presbyterian Church partnered with HAWK Construction in a feasibility study to determine whether they should remain in their existing building, build a new facility in their existing location, or relocate to a new facility in a new location. After much research, schematic designing, and budget estimating, the congregation decided to remain in place, with some extensive renovations. A small addition was built to facilitate impromptu gatherings and improve access to the seven different levels of the building. The worship space was opened up and original stained glass windows (some hidden within walls) were refurbished and repaired. The original pipe organ was skillfully taken apart and re-assembled after construction was complete.