After many months of planning, engineering and estimating, the time has come for the congregation to dive into the final design specifications and vote to move forward on the renovation of our worship space. Members should have recently received a mailing which outlined the goals and purpose below, as well as gave an overview of cost considerations, our fundraising goal and a look at the Phase II considerations. If you did not receive a mailer, please contact the church office and we will get one out to you!
A series of presentations and discussions, listed to the right, are planned to help inform you about the project ahead of the congregational vote at the annual meeting. Then, at the annual meeting on February 10, the congregation will be asked to approve the design and authorize the building committee to ask Rinderknecht to serve as general contractor and seek bids for construction.
Join us for these upcoming Presentations and Forums:
Sunday, January 27 at 10:15
Presentations by LOCUS Architecture and Rinderknecht Construction. Time for Q&A.
Wednesday, January 30 at noon
Discussion of building details with
Sunday, February 3 at 10:15
Table discussion with Building
Sunday, February 10 at 1 p.m.
Annual Meeting: Vote to seek bids for project
Sunday, March 24
Special Congregation Meeting: Vote to enter into contract to do project.
Why Are we Renovating?
Creating A Great Place to Worship
The focus of the project is to renew the sanctuary to be a great place for worship as we take care of important maintenance needs.
Our Design Goals
Renewing God’s House has been guided by a set of goals and values: