Vernon A.M.E. Church
We recently completed restorations to the historic Vernon African Methodist Episcopal Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The church was originally built in 1914 but was mostly destroyed by fires during the tragic 1921 Tulsa Race Massacres. The current building was rebuilt on top of the old foundation in 1928.
After decades of use and natural weathering, the building was in need of a number of restoration services including:
- Repointing the failed mortar joints
- Replacing deteriorated sealant
- Limestone patching
- And recoating limestone sills, belts, and water table
These repairs to the exterior masonry of this beautiful and historically significant building will help preserve its place in the community for years to come.