Work in progress

Construction equipment sits among dirt piles outside the Trinity Christian Center on Monday, Aug. 6, 2018 near Soldotna. (Photo by Elizabeth Earl/Peninsula Clarion)

A fresh coat of concrete and new classrooms are going up at the Trinity Christian Center on the hill outside Soldotna.

The church, recognizable for its distinctive dome sanctuary, is in the midst of a renovation and construction project, with volunteer crews adding a new layer of concrete to the surface of the signature dome building that currently houses the church and preparing to build a new wing that will house several new classrooms, with plans to finish the construction by the end of this season.

Future plans also include a new sanctuary, though that won’t be finished this year. The church has been on the hill outside Soldotna for about 30 years.



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