Generation to Generation Project
Our church has been entrusted with a priceless gift from past generations, the gift of thoughtful faith, warm-hearted hospitality, a deep concern for justice, and an inspiriting legacy of generosity. We are here today because of that open-handed heritage. And now it’s time for us to pass a similar gift on to future generations.
To do that, we need new tools for ministry. Delmar House is ineffective, deteriorating, and costly to maintain. It needs to be replaced with good administrative and office space. We need a youth room, where our teenagers finally have space to call their own, to meet with their friends and grow in their faith. And we need better space for the next generation, our toddlers, children, and youth.
This is exactly the kind of space that we are building through our Generations to Generations campaign.
November 2015 - Pledges
The congregation generously pledge to the campaign. We now have commitments for just over $1,000,000 to be given over a three year period.
January 2016 - Project Approval
We officially approved a slightly reduced project approximately 1.1 million, leaving the sanctuary renovations for a future campaign.
August 2016 - Ground Breaking
Ground Breaking Celebration will be at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, August 28th. Festivities will include a breakfast, live music by local jazz guitarist Dan Rubright, activities, and a short ceremony in which all children and youth will start the digging!