TRANSFORM – The Capital Campaign of Paoli Presbyterian Church
God has called the people of Paoli Presbyterian Church to look boldly towards our future and to imagine the inspiring new ministries, enriching fellowship, and uplifting worship that will take place in transformed spaces in our church.
The TRANSFORM Capital Campaign will result in improved structures and new spaces that offer opportunities to inspire the faith of current members and bring others to know the Gospel. These spaces are where our church’s future begins, and God’s work will come to life.
Our vision reveals God calling us to Transform Our Lives, Our Church, and Our Community in ways that end the emptiness of relational poverty. Transformation is a dramatic change that elevates us to something greater, more fulfilling. It is something that reaches beyond our walls to inspire new experiences and unexpected growth. Transformation at Paoli Presbyterian Church is the opportunity to achieve our vision, to change lives and bring Jesus into the world in new and personal ways.
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New structures and spaces offer new opportunities to strengthen the faith of our current members and bring others to know the gospel. We have assessed the needs of the church and are proposing the following transformational changes that match our strategic plan and vision of Ending Relational Poverty. Phase 1 of this project, with construction beginning as early as June 2021, has a budget of $3M. These spaces are where our church’s future begins.
- A revitalized worship space for all services
Our sanctuary has needed a facelift for some time. The planned improvements will create an environment for dynamic and inspiring worship for all generations. It also offers flexibility for varied services and seating configurations.
- A new gathering space for expanded hospitality and personal connections
To end relational poverty, we must have facilities that help connect us to others in a relaxed and engaging setting. An enlarged space outside the sanctuary will help bring people together to enjoy fellowship and build relationships that reflect the love of Jesus.
- An infrastructure that allows us extended use of our facilities and utilities
We have not done any significant work on the basic needs of our building for many years. There are numerous core improvements that, left undone in the future, will render the structure unsafe and below building code standards.
A strong foundation is vital to any building, so infrastructure improvements such as upgrading HVAC systems, sprinklers, and installing an elevator are crucial enhancements to care for
our members, reach our community, and fulfill our mission.
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YOUR TRANSFORM CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
Becca Bruner, Jim Burke, Wendy Kelly, Steve Krentel (Co-chair), Jonathan Mikesell, Bill Norcini,
Jeff Rocke, Donna Russell, Stacy Sempier, David Straub (Co-Chair), Curt Siverling