Not only that, but since we weren’t going to be having any people meeting there, it wouldn’t be an issue to be without our central air conditioning or heating system for weeks at a time
Six months ago, the congregation at our church voted to go ahead and upgrade the heating and cooling system in our building. We had been thinking about it off and on for a while, but we kept putting it off. That’s because as a congregation, we always wanted to help others more than we wanted to improve the indoor air quality inside the church. I guess that’s a good reason to put off upgrading your heating and cooling system, but the truth was that the HVAC system really needed to be done regardless. In other words, I’m glad for the reasoning behind not doing it, but we really needed to get it done. We were having all kinds of issues with the furnace and the air conditioning system at the church building. When we were forced to shut down services for a while because of the coronavirus, we decided that it was going to be the perfect time to do all of the HVAC upgrades in the church. Since we weren’t going to be meeting for a while, we knew that it would be a good time to replace and repair all of the ventilation ducts that needed to be worked on. Not only that, but since we weren’t going to be having any people meeting there, it wouldn’t be an issue to be without our central air conditioning or heating system for weeks at a time. When you’re dealing with big groups of people, you can’t really be without air conditioning during the summer. I’m glad that we were able to get the HVAC system fixed up during the shutdown.