The interior of Goulburn Presbyterian Church is looking as good as its ever been.
After nine weeks of renovating the venue, pastor Mike Adams said there was a massive upgrade in both technology and facilities in the church.
"We haven't used the main area properly for a couple of years, but COVID-19 gave us time to think," Mr Adams said.
"We now have a family area, more seats in front of the stage, under floor heating and cooling, televisions on the main stage, a music and technology area, a whole new digital sound system and a put a ramp put in for disabled."
Not everything changed though, with the handrailing unchanged to keep a bit of the heritage remaining.
The church sourced its supplies across the region, including Carpet Warehouse and Delly's Plumbing from Goulburn and BMC Electrical from Queanbeyan.
"All the manual labour was done by us and we also had help from people from other Presbyterian churches," Mr Adams said.
Although the full capacity of the church can fit between 300 to 350 people, Mr Adams understands it is not possible for people to attend the services all the time, so church services will also be live streamed.
"We launched an internet church for those who aren't able to come," he said.
Church goers gather together online and in-person every Sunday morning at 10am.
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