ALL Are Needed for the Capital Campaign Feasibility Study
Union Church is engaged in a process to determine whether this is the right time to conduct a capital fundraising appeal to renovate and renew our church facility to better support our mission and outreach capabilities. We need your help to make a spirit-led, informed decision about the next steps.
- Pray for wisdom to discern God’s plan for Union Church.
- Attend an Information Gathering to ask questions and provide valuable input.
- Sunday, October 2 after church – both in person in the sanctuary or via Zoom. (Zoom link available in your This Week at Union email or from the church office.)
- Wednesday, October 5 at 6:30pm in person in the sanctuary. You’re welcome to join in our Wednesday Night Dinner at 5:45pm in the church hall if you so choose, and plan to stick around after the session for fellowship and treats.
- Wednesday, October 12 at 6:30pm via zoom (same link as above)
- Complete the survey, which you can take here, by October 31. Additional surveys are available at the Information Gatherings and at the doors of church.
- Respond if you receive a message from the James Company asking to interview you about the proposed Capital Campaign.
The Capital Campaign Feasibility Study is designed to introduce the needs and projects that church leaders have identified. The James Company is the church capital campaign consulting firm that has been secured to lead the effort to receive feedback from the congregation about these plans and to glean information needed to design a capital campaign that represents the stewardship culture of Union.
What can we expect from the Feasibility Study?
• Informs and educates church members about the proposed projects
• Surveys all members of the congregation
• Captures input of key church leaders through personal interviews
• Reveals key issues important to church members
• Analyzes giving trends
• Identifies potential campaign leaders and volunteers
• Provides data for strategizing a capital campaign planLearn More about the Feasibility Study