After months of planning, remodeling and preparations, the Nathaniel Center for Cultural and Biblical Education is completed housing a unique bled of art, worship and Bible study.
The center held an open house on Saturday, March 16th inviting the community to see the new beautifully remoeled interior of their building located at 804 Russell Palmer Road in Kingwood.
The new exterior to the building now lends a reminder of jerusalem with beautiful pillars, foliage and water fountains. Inside, the warm beige and green colors are welcoming and present a professional, yet comfortable, venue.
The theater in the center has been equipped with a state-of-the-art sound system.
“It’s been a lot of work, but it has been a lot of fun,” said executive director of the Nathaniel Foundation Vicki Sarvadi of the project that began in January 2001.
The Nathaniel Foundation is a private foundation dedicated to promoting cultural and biblical studies.
Performances from Call to Glory, Centre Stage, AD Players the Shalom Dancers, Kingwood Pops and Maurice Sklar entertained visitors providing a sneak preview of the variety and quality of art that will be enjoyed in the future at the center.
The Congregation with pastor Bron Barkley and the Shalom Hebrew Language School directed by Gigi Crow, the Association of Jewish and Christian Believers directed by Ed Bachman, The Crossover television program directed by Mitch and Rozalie Yeremiah and the Nathaniel Foundation directed by Vicki Sarvadi will house the upstairs of the 62,000 square foot building.
For more information about programs or renting the facility, contact the center.
This article was originally published in the Kingwood Observer, Wednesday, March 27, 2002.