Mark & Jocelyn Sloan are the owners of the former St. Henry's Catholic Church in Alice, ND.  Currently, work is underway to convert the facility into a single family residence.

Our plans include the addition of a loft level to the main floor that will contain three bedrooms, a bathroom, and a library.  The main floor will have a kitchen, guest bedroom, bathroom, parlor, theater, and great room.  The basement will not be renovated, but has two bathrooms and a large meeting room.  Plans can be seen here:

    Main FloorLoft LevelBasement, Existing Main Floor, Profile View, Side View

Video tour is now available!

In 2016, leaks in the roof were repaired.

In 2014, dry wall was installed.

Mechanical rough-in work was completed in 2013.

Photos from July 2012:  New 400 amp electrical service installed. Mechancial roughin continued. Removal of 56 tree trunks took place.

Photos from February 2012:  Mechanical rough-in underway.

Photos from October 2011:  Massive fuel oil furnaces we replaced with high efficiency propane furnaces.

(This is one of the old furnaces before being replaced)

Photos from July 2011:  Central vacuum installation underway.  Roof deck above loft level completed.

2010's work consisted mostly of outdoors yard work.  Including the removal of 55 full grown trees to accommodate planned drainage modifications.

Videos from April 2010:

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Photos from February 2010:  JoistTrak installation for under-floor radiant heating.

Photos from November 2009: Plumbing rough-in completed!

Photos from July 2009:  Framing complete!

Photos from January 2009:  Framing on the Loft Level continues.

Photos from November 2008:  Framing on the Loft Level continues.

Photos from July 2008: Framing on the Loft Level.

Photos from February 2008:  Floor completed for loft level.

Photos from February 2007:  Trusses installed fro loft level.

Photos from November 2006:  Framing on main level complete.

Photos from July 2006:  Support beams in place.

Photos from February 2006:

Photos from October 2005:

Photos from March 2005:


Here are some pictures from summer 2004: