Pattie Hyde Barclay, the youngest daughter of A.A. Hyde, a long time supporter of the YMCA of the Rockies, funded renovations of the assembly hall. Her condition was that it not only be named after her father, but that it also reflected his values and personal mission, which was inspired by Andrew Carnegie's Gospel of Wealth and the Sermon on the Mount. Hyde Memorial renovations were completed in 1956 with the addition of a chancel, a bell tower, and a small prayer chapel,dedicated to the memory of H.L. Dannen, downstairs. Henry Dorsey Jr. provided the finishing touches to the renovations by donating a bell he nick-named Duke.
However, much like the earlier building, Hyde Memorial was a multi-purpose building holding conferences and meetings as well as religious services. To establish the focus on spiritual programming, a full time chaplaincy was founded in 1994 with the appointment of Rev. Bill Huth. He set a goal to renovate Hyde and restrict its use to religious services and spiritual programming.
On November 7, 1999, renovations began again on Hyde Memorial. New siding, insulation, and windows and state of the art music equipment were included. It was completed in the summer of 2000 and dedicated and renamed Hyde Chapel in 2001.