Capital Improvement Campaign

For information on the scope of the capital campaign, please click on the link here.

Capital Campaign Update: As of August 14th, we’ve raised $78,366.15!!! The cost of the kitchen renovation was $36,049.50. We were about $2,000 under budget!   We have exciting news regarding plans the parking lot!  The parking lot is scheduled for renovation in late August or early September.   The session has decided to save the storage shed and the two trees next to it for a monetary savings of about $3,000.   This changes  the cost of the parking lot to approximately $37,000.  This will leave plenty of money for landscaping and planting trees.  We are looking forward to a safe and beautiful area with several additional parking spaces for our congregation and guests.

Thank you to all who have donated toward our capital campaign.  You have been faithful in your giving and in your prayers for the restoration and renovation of our building.  Our next big task is the tuck pointing of the brick.  We are seeking additional estimates for the cost to make sure we have the most accurate cost along with the correct process to ensure we preserve our building for years to come.  God has been very faithful to us as we give of our time, talents and financial gifts.


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 or give online at  Be sure to mark your giving “Building Fund” so it goes in the correct account. Thanks to all of you for your continued support!

The city took down some of the trees in the parking lot.  Step 1 of our parking lot.  The trees were full of water pockets so they weren’t going to last long.  It’s a huge change but one that needed to happen.

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:

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Kitchen pictures from week 2:  Keep scrolling to see additional pictures.


End of week 1:

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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!


Continue to check back for the most recent updates.  They will be posted regularly.