Sanctuary Most recently renovated in 2000, the sanctuary seats 450-500, including the balcony and North Transept. The sanctuary features excellent acoustics, the 1972 Frobenius tracker organ, and a Kawai grand piano. The platform of the performance space is wheelchair accessible and measures approximately, 29’ x 46’, plus the south transept choral risers, which seat 35, and the apse. Architectural features include a polygonal vaulted ceiling, hardwood maple floors, gilded dome in the apse and beautiful stained glass by Louis Comfort Tiffany and others. Our sanctuary is used by many groups for worship, lectures, concerts and rehearsals throughout the year. South Transept, with Frobenius Organ Margaret Jewett Hall McKenzie Library Margaret Jewett Hall, the church’s auditorium, seats 200 with a small stage for performance. Painted in a rich burnt umber color, the space includes hardwood floors, an acoustical ceiling, a sound system and a bank of windows overlooking Mason street. With the adjacent library, MJH is ideal for lectures, small concerts, receptions and meetings.

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