Mrs. Tricia Creasey
ABC's Extreme Makeover Home Edition has touched the Church Interiors' family once again. Mrs. Tricia Creasey and her family, a teacher at E. Lawson Brown Middle School was selected to receive a new home by Extreme Makeover. Mrs. Creasey teaches at Dylan Hunt's school. Dylan is the son of Theresa Hunt, a longtime employee of Church Interiors. Church Interiors closed our office one day and switched from helping churches to helping with the Extreme Makeover for the Creasey family. Several employees from Church Interiors and Church Interiors Audio and Video helped with the finishing touches for the new home. The show aired on ABC on Jan. 31, 2010.
Church Interiors Staff helping with the
Extreme Makeover for the Creasey family
After The Storm
I was very pleased with the television program last night. I felt like it captured the devastation and the emotion that these good people have gone through. Quite often we see that type of emotion during a dedication ceremony after we have completed a nice renovation.
I have seen tears of joy when stained glass windows have been dedicated to loved ones. I have seen a music minister get emotional after a sound system was installed with visions of what the new system was going to mean to his ministry.
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition: After the Storm" aired on Thursday, April 6 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) on the ABC Television Network, in which Church Interiors, Inc. and Church Interiors Audio and Video, Inc. participated.
October 17, 2006
First Emanuel Baptist Church
New Orleans, LA
Greetings in the Name Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,
In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. 1 Thessalonians 5:18.
Pastor Charles J. Southall, III and the First Emanuel Baptist Church family, sends a heartfelt thank you to you and your staff for your commitment, which was given in the support of Extreme Makeover. We are very grateful for your time and services rendered to help restore 120 year old ministry.
Words are inadequate at this moment and all I can say is from the depths of my heart and the 1200 adults that were once a part of this ministry and the 300 that is still here and the 250 that are in Baton Rouge, LA. Thank you, we love you and we appreciate you for allowing yourself to be used by God to restore our home. So that we can serve God by service our fellow man, God bless you and God keep you.
Please convey our heartfelt thanks to your staff, and please excuse our tardiness, due to lack of mailing addresses.
Keeping the Vision Walking by Faith
Charles J. Southall, III