One space is a meeting room/classroom adjacent to a small chapel. Dividing the two rooms is a Hufcor bi-parting accordion door. The accordion door allows the facility to offer the residents use of a small, quiet, private space to worship between services. The accordion door is then opened for large services allowing for overflow seating in the meeting room. The chapel can also be used for additional classroom or meeting room space when required.

Woodfold accordion doors are installed in many of the resident rooms to provide a flexible division between the sleeping area and restroom. The compact storage of the Woodfold accordion door allows residents with special needs, and staff, ease of entry though a large opening when required. Because the need for sound control between the bedroom and restroom was not necessary, the durable yet lightweight Woodfold 240V door, with high-quality ball-bearing wheels, offers an easy-to-operate solution.