Special Congregation Meeting Notice
When we built the Family Life Center back in 2016 we only secured enough funds to build the building and outfit the first floor. We knew it wouldn't be long before we would want to finish the second floor. Earlier this year the Church Council formed a building committee to start considering the work needed to do that expansion. We've known all along that the installation of an elevator was the first step in that goal.
The latter part of July we issued invitations for bids to 3 companies and two companies responded. We have evaluated the two proposals and are ready to move forward with a contract. Given the substantial investment naturally we would like to obtain the Congregation's approval, as is required by St. Paul's Constitution.
On Saturday Sep 26, 2020 at 1:00 PM Central Time we will hold a special Congregational Meeting. At that meeting we will review the overall second floor expansion project and present the information on the proposed elevator contract. While we will review the overall second floor plan, we will only be seeking a vote on the contract for the elevator. Substantial work will have to be completed on the rest of the project before we are ready to present the complete second floor plan, but the elevator is instrumental to any plans going forward. That work may commence will we finish the remainder of the plan.
The meeting will be held in the Sanctuary. We will be concurrently using the Zoom on-line meeting service for those that want to attend remotely.
Meeting details, please contact the church office.
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Traditional Service 8:30 am Sunday
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