A fire in 1986
destroyed two rooms of the sanctuary; the building was renovated at that time. A new M.P. Moller pipe organ was dedicated in 1990. A balcony was added in 1990. This increased seating capacity to 300. The David R. Hayworth building was completed in 1998. This added over 12,500 square feet of offices, classrooms, restrooms, and a lounge to the chapel. The furnishings for the lounge were given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Parker of High Point.
In 1999, the new vestibule with its 22-foot ceiling, Palladian window, Georgian porch, and 95-foot steeple was added. Adorning the steeple is a 7-foot combination French and Celtic cross donated by its designer and builder, Pete Howard, a former blacksmith. Constructed of stainless steel, the cross weighs 49 pounds. Greg Mercer of Mercer Architecture Incorporated, High Point, designed the 1998-1999 additions.