North & South Corridors
These corridors connect the Riverside Drive and Claremont Avenue Lobbies and have walls of Italian Botticino marble. Twenty individually lighted exhibit cases are recessed into the corridor walls ten on each side. Artist works are displayed here in Tandem with Treasure Room Gallery Exhibits. For more information on displays please visit Gallery Exhibitions.
The North corridor is "The Hall of the Ministers," and honors:
All those who having answered the call of God have fought the good fight and kept the faith and have proclaimed the riches of His love at home and abroad, as preachers, teachers, as chaplains and pastors, as missionaries and administrators, in devoted service to their parishes, to their communions and to the Church Universal.
The South corridor is the "Hall of the Laymen," and honors:
All lay men and women of the household of God who with faith in the immeasurable greatness of His power have labored as officers, Bible teachers, musicians and stewards of His grace in devoted service to their parishes, to their communions and to the Church Universal.