Building Project

Fellowship Hall Project
Raise the Roof Campaign
Affordable Housing Project

Our congregation is replacing our Fellowship Hall with a brand new building which will help us continue our ministries and serve the greater community.

If you have any questions about the building project or you would like to make a donation, please contact Gary Jaus.  Donations to the building project are tax deductible.

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November 2021 Update:

We received a gift that enabled us to move forward with the new Fellowship Hall project.  The congregation voted overwhelming to proceed with hiring the contractor and finally begin the project.

Interior demolition is underway, with the full demolition of the building to take place in December. 

We are still about $200,000 short of our fundraising goal, but we have received a generous offer: if the congregation raises $100,000, a church member has agreed to match it. Please contact the church office if you would like to make a donation or pledge towards the matching goal and help us close the gap on our funding.

A new center for community gathering

Our current Fellowship Hall building was constructed in 1954. It was the first building to be constructed on the campus of the newly formed congregation, and was the original worship space until construction of the current Sanctuary building was completed in 1968.

Over the years our Fellowship Hall has served the congregation and the community well as a place to have a hot meal, a place for support groups to meet and encourage one another, a place for concerts and receptions, and a place for high school and middle school youth to grow in their faith. But numerous maintenance issues and the need for more space has proven the need for a newer, better facility.

 

Raise the Roof Campaign 

Help us "raise the roof" on a new Fellowship Hall by making a financial contribution to our congregation. 

Download or view the first letter from the Raise the Roof Campaign Committee

 

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Yes, in God's back yard

The second part of our building project is the construction of an affordable housing building. This two to three story building would be placed right in the church parking lot, which is a portion of the campus that is highly underutilized. This is a small part of what the congregation can do to help San Diego residents get a roof over their heads that they can afford, and once completed, could be the prototype for other faith communities in San Diego as a part of the "Yes, in God's back yard" initiative. 

KPBS  did a feature story about the project:

If you have any questions about the building project or you would like to make a donation, please contact Gary Jaus.  Donations to the building project are tax deductible.

Donate now