The expected date of installation of our new organ console has been pushed back from late February to April, 2015. We just became aware of this change on Monday, January 26. The reasons for the change include delays from secondary
As folks are likely aware, the old console has been removed. The temporary Rogers electronic organ is in place, along with the speakers and associated equipment in the organ lofts. We will continue with this set-up through the Christmas season.
A time lapse of the removal of the old organ console and the construction of a temporary platform in the organ pit.
While it is nearly impossible to say exactly when everything will be completely finished, some of the intermediary steps in the process are coming into better focus along with their timing. Here is a brief rundown of how we envision
While exceeding over $2 million in pledges was an exciting milestone, equally exciting was reaching 250 individuals and families submitting pledges. As of July 28, 253 families have pledged towards our capital campaign the sum of $2,004,836! Additionally, $589,028 has already
What gets lost in the celebration of the amount pledged to our capital campaign is that we already have over half a million dollars in hand. This is allowing us to already begin to move forward in making these projects
While we had been holding just shy of a major milestone in our Rejoice and Give Thanks capital campaign, on Monday morning, LeAnne Lane, financial secretary, passed along the update: 247 families have pledged $2,000,386. The steering committee received the news and
Over $1.9 million has been pledged towards our $1.5 million goal!
No time to announce making it halfway: we have hit and surpassed the one-million-dollar mark! As of June 5, 2014, families and individuals have pledged over $1,150,000 to the capital campaign. Certainly a reason to Rejoice and Give Thanks! This Sunday is
We are a week away from Commitment Sunday and we are well on track. On Sunday, June 1, 2014, Tuckie Paxton brought the fourth and final testimony for the campaign during worship, sharing some of the pivotal moments in the