For information on the scope of the capital campaign, please click on the link here.
Capital Campaign Update: As of July 8th we’ve raised $125,302.76 – gain of $430 from last week. We have raised about $51,002.00 toward the cost of tuck pointing the exterior of the building. Hooray! We are able to start tuck pointing the north and west side of the building. Be watching as work begins. Thank you for your continued giving. Each dollar goes directly to pay for the preservation of our building. Now we’re working toward the tuck pointing of amazing bell tower that is a beacon in our community!
Thank you to our congregation for your faithful giving of your finances, time and talents. God continues to be faithful to us. As you prayerfully consider your giving, please consider a continued gift to the Capital Campaign in addition to your regular giving to church operations. If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to see Paul Auble, Casey Kenley or Anne Kenley.
If you are a friend of FPC and want to help us with preserving our historic building, we’d love your support. Your contributions will go directly to the Building Fund account. You can send your checks directly to First Presbyterian Church, 1207 Conner Street, Noblesville, IN 46060. Be sure to mark your giving “Building Fund” so it goes in the correct account. Thanks to all of you for your continued support!
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to see Paul Auble, Casey Kenley or Anne Kenley. Thanks to Paul Auble for being project manager!
Pictures of the most current work — look at the parking lot coming together!
Pictures of the parking lot demolition from August 28th:
The kitchen is complete! See below for pictures — it’s such a great improvement. You can check out the progress and see the “before” pictures by scrolling down.
Kitchen pictures from week 3:
Kitchen pictures from week 2: Keep scrolling to see additional pictures.
End of week 1:
See below for new parking lot drawings:
And here’s the current parking lot for comparison:
Please scroll down to see pictures of the kitchen demo! Done in 2 hours!