St John's Anglican Cathedral

St John's Anglican Cathedral
The Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Divine, St. John's, Antigua, West Indies

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Replacing the Perimeter Beam at the Entrances

There is a 12" x 12" hardwood beam that runs on the inside perimeter of the Cathedral walls.  Where this beam passes under the doors at the three entrances to the Cathedral, it has disintegrated.  This is due to their exposure to water because they are intact everywhere else .  We are therefore replacing them with steel reinforced concrete beams at the door entrances only. 

The remanents of the perimeter beam are shown above, right where it passes under the door sills of the South entrance.

The placing of the steel reinforcement is shown above.  The men are standing next to the metal decking where the new aisles will be poured.

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Restoring a Cathedral With One Dollar

We have launched an email campaign to raise funds for the Restoration.  We are asking as many people as possible to donate just $1.00  If we get this campaign to become viral, we could raise all the funds we need.  Please double click on the promotional flyer below to zoom or select full screen from the menu bar below.

Online donations can be made by pressing the "Donate" button on the right.