Improving Safety, Accessibility, and Engagement for Today and the Future
Our world has evolved significantly since our last capital campaign in the mid-1980’s. New challenges face us today that we never needed to consider in the past, including safety, accessibility, and engagement. To be true to our mission and to provide a beacon of hope, we need to address these key issues – both for today and for a strong future.
Vision 175 – Investing in our Future – is intended to prepare us for our 175th Anniversary celebration in 2022. The goal is to ensure our historic church meets the needs of today while preparing us for a strong future. Without a safe, contemporary, accessible, and engaging facility to ensure an energetic and growing church, we’re less effective in serving our congregation and our community.
Why a capital campaign?
We are conducting a capital campaign for a variety of reasons:
- We believe in serving our members, visitors, and the community
- Our beloved church needs updates, so we can safely and effectively serve
- We must meet modern standards, and improve our welcoming environment
- We need to conserve our financial resources for programs and operations
Please consider how you can impact our legacy with financial support for our Vision 175 capital campaign.
What will OUR legacy be and how will YOU play a role?
Click here to download Capital Campaign Pledge Form
To learn more, or if you have questions, please ask a Mike Dabbs, or a Capital Campaign Committee member for more information.
CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Mike Dabbs- Campaign Manager
Rev. Bob Livingston
Dan Jacobs- Design Committee Chair
Kayla Gonyon- Campaign Assistant
HONORARY COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Don and Judy Rumelhart
Bill and Sally Martin
Lloyd and Laurie Carr
Willis and Frankie Patterson
Joe and Beth Fitzsimmons