The church, at the corner of School and North State streets, is in the renovation stretch run, and the 165-foot granite tower, dormant for 30 years, stands tall above the rest of the facelift, lit each night from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Meanwhile, Cobb Hill Construction is finishing the huge task that remains inside.
“I saw it one night when it was lit up,” said Jeff Burd, who’s on the church’s house and grounds committee. “If you go up the hill right over here, it’s a pretty cool thing to see.”
It is cool indeed, and the rest of the church dedicated to Christian Science, scheduled to be finished by early December, is shaping up nicely as well.