Stewardship for the Next Generation
As servants of Christ, our aim is to practice good stewardship with the ministry opportunities and resources God has entrusted to us. The growth of our church body presents us with a responsibility to prepare for our future needs. In the last decade, our Children’s Ministry (ages 0-11) has grown from an average of 40 weekly participants in 2010 to a current average of 155 weekly participants in 2019. To accommodate this growth, we renovated the preschool and nursery buildings between 2010-2015. We have maxed out our current facility capacity in our elementary ministry and the Continue the Heritage Campaign helps to prepare for our future.
Continue the Heritage is a stewardship campaign for the next generation. The campaign has three facets: paying off the final bank note on the Family Life Center, a renovation of the existing fellowship hall for our children’s ministry needs, and a fund for ongoing ministry enhancements. The main component of the campaign is the renovation of the fellowship hall. Our goal is to remodel the existing exterior and interior fellowship hall into an elementary wing consisting of nine classrooms, two large group meeting areas, modernized restrooms, and a new covered walkway and breezeway area.
The Continue the Heritage Campaign officially kicks off in the Spring of 2020. During the months of December-March, you can expect to learn about different facets of the campaign. The congregation will also be given ample opportunity to have questions answered in small group settings during these months.