For more than 150 years, Church of Our Saviour’s parish hall has been at the center of our community life. Religious events, family celebrations, community gatherings, and more, our beloved parish hall has served us well.
After decades of heavy use, many parts of the parish hall are showing signs of wear and have passed their natural end of life. In 2012, recognizing the need for a space that could support the mission and ministry of Church of Our Saviour for years to come, a group of parishioners began developing plans for a new building. Working in partnership with Care for Friends, we now have an opportunity to replace our aging parish hall and help secure the future of our historic campus.
About the Project
The new building will replace our current parish hall with an updated, three-story building that will support Church of Our Saviour’s programs and activities.
The new building will connect to our historic sanctuary in a way that is compliant with modern fire codes and be fully accessible while leaving the historic beauty of our 150-year-old worship space unaltered.
See the designs for each level of the new building.
The Financial Plan
We are excited to partner with Care for Friends in constructing the new building. With their support, we have secured more than half of the funds needed to complete our new space.
This project will not happen without everyone's support.
First, it will require the explicit authorization by 2/3rds of our parish community to move forward - and we've created an online forum for you to provide that.
Also the Community Center project will require broad participation from our community - incorporating many gifts of many sizes - to finish securing the funding needed to break ground.