Smithson Hall was constructed as part of the church’s 47,755-square-foot construction and renovation project in 2002.  It features a full-size basketball court, stage area, dressing rooms and storage space.  Portable bleachers line one wall for basketball games and other spectator events.  The multi-purpose room is the largest indoor meeting space in downtown Fayetteville.  It was the primary site of the 2006 annual convention of the Diocese of East Carolina.  In addition to performances and indoor sports and fitness programs, the space can be used for large receptions.  It is conveniently located near the church kitchen.  The space was designed to reflect the fact that it is a church property.  It features arched windows and large wooden crosses at each end.  The wooden floor features a hand-painted picture of the church’s distinctive steeples.