Don't like the hot and humid weather? Try the A/C at St. Peter's!
No longer are there four big, eyesore A/C units on that DH wall. There are now EIGHT, smaller A/C units blending into the side walls. Instead of just the choir and your shivering pastor being cooled, now everyone will be cool! (Note: The next--and last?-- email will be about the new sound system. One of the new speakers is in this photo. Anyone see it? It's hard to find! Speakers have come a long way from back in the day....)
Is that a space ship that landed?!
No, but we might wish that! It's actually one of seven A/C condensers. Seven? Didn't I just say that there are eight A/C units? True that, but two of the A/C units whose piping had to travel the greatest distance demanded to be yoked into a double. This is it. In exchange for being cool, we'll need to get friendly with this. Plants will help, but we may want to give it a name, too. "R2D2" comes to mind, although I like "Charlie," too, or maybe it's female--Henrietta? Maybe we should have a naming contest. The winner gets to choose their pew location in the new, renovated space, after all there will be new air flow patterns with the new A/C units. Be forewarned, though: We will not have full A/C power until HECO decides to come and put in three-phase power. Our friend from outer space remains dormant until then. Thankfully, the whole system is not dependent upon R2D2, though. You can see some of the other condensers above the Carriage House roof. There are four units there and another two further up front, Ewa of the makai door. See if you can find those when you are at church!
What do we see here above those four A/C condensers?
Why there's a stained glass window up there!
Yes, you are getting a sneak peak!!
Come on Sunday, and you will be amazed!!!