The Orthodox Room
Opening off the narthex, the Orthodox Room is so named because it once contained an exhibit of icons and other Eastern Orthodox Church art on standing loan from Paul M. Fekula. When Mr. Fekula died, his estate reclaimed the exhibit. Retaining the colorful Byzantine style, especially evident in the ceiling treatment, the room has since been renovated into a conference room and accommodates 20 people.
The Orthodox room also displays a portion of The Interchurch Center's permanent collection; a series of original prints by Dorothy Cochran, TIC curator.
Capacity: Minimum of 5 Maximum of 20
Approximate Size: 675 sq ft.
Conference Table set-up only.