As part of the dedication, guests were invited to vote for which of four proposed renovation projects Rolling Ridge should take on next.
In what used to be a garage, is a handicapped accessible, barrier-free room adjacent to the handicapped parking area.
Architect Iric Rex, center, leads tours of the building. The construction phase of the project took five months. The goal was to modernize while maintaining as much of the building's historic character as possible.
There are 10 guest rooms, nine of which have two beds each. There are four private bathrooms.
This is one of two rooms that are fully decorated. The others will be decorated as funds become available.
Rex explained the new electric heating and cooling units add air conditioning and replace the steam radiators.The units are individually controlled allowing guests to adjust the temperature.
The blue doors lead to the handicapped accessible room.
Rolling Ridge board member Charles McCrea acted as master of ceremonies.
Rachel Fisher, board member and head of the search committee, announced that two executive director finalists have been selected and will be coming for interviews in November.
Rolling Ridge board member Samuel Johnson offered some of the history of the former Moses Hall. The first floor conference space will now be called Moses Hall.
Melinda Trotti is Rolling Ridge's interim executive director.
Rev. Larry J. Peacock.
Rev. Erica Robinson-Johnson, assistant to the bishop and director of connectional ministries, offered a prayer of thanksgiving.
Bishop Sudarshana Devadhar and Samuel Johnson reveal the plaque on the Larry J. Peacock Carriage House.