On Sunday, September 10, 2023,
our members voted to approve moving forward
with our building expansion proposal!
The vote was 87% in favor.
Let’s be praying that God will supply our financial needs by his gracious providence through the generous giving of his church and other means he may provide.


Here’s how you can give toward this expansion:
  • By check (no fees are charged on this transaction)
  • By bill-pay at your local bank (no fees are attached to this transaction)
  • By ACH electronic transaction through your bank (the church is charged a 1.05% fee)
  • By credit card (church is charged a 2.55% fee)

Electronic gifts can be given through our website here.



Master plan details 

PowerPoint slides with renderings that our architect presented at our informational meeting on 4/16/2023.

Two-page handout sheet with summarized information.


Presentation from Scott Hatteberg, Paul Tautges, and architect, Greg Ernst from AoDK Architects, at our informational meeting on Sunday, 4/16/2023: 



Fly-through video of our Phase 1a and 1b design:

May 21st Congregational meeting with Q&A

We held another congregational meeting on Sunday, May 21 @ 6:00 p.m. to present new information that we have on the master plan and answer any questions that people had. You can listen to the meeting here.


Download the Q&A questions and answers document


Many hands reduce the cost!

As we consider whether and how to move forward with our new property master plan, one aspect of estimating the cost for the building of Phase 1 is how many of us would be willing to contribute our skills and time to the construction rather than hiring out everything. We have already heard from many who said they’d love to help!


We have put together a survey form that you can fill out to let us know what skills you have and how you might like to be involved in the construction. The form will only take a few minutes to fill out and it will be very helpful to us in estimating the overall cost savings.


We don’t consider your answers to be a commitment or promise at this point but it will give us some idea of what we might be able to do together.


Remember, the benefit to us is not just the cost savings, but also the fellowship and spiritual and relational growth that will happen as we labor together in Jesus’ name.

Go to the survey

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