Phase 1 Update: One Church Transformation By Bjorna Posted October 24, 2019 In Featured, Land & Building Phase 1 Update: One Church Transformation2019-10-242019-10-24https://popmn.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/pop-logo_horizontal_color-e1473696608865.pngPrince of Peace Lutheran Churchhttps://popmn.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/73161298_10156534605302551_5078701576575516672_o.jpg200px200px 0 Thank you to everyone who helped make the first phase of our One Church Transformation a huge success! Our Grand Opening & Dedication celebration on October 12 & 13 was filled with beautiful music, joyful laughter, happy tears, and amazing conversation. View photos here. Most of our groups have begun meeting in the Worship Center and we’re eager to get settled into our new space. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we determine the right space for each group according to group size and technology needs, navigate around workers finishing up punch list items, and get our new elevator up and running. Phase 1 will be fully completed by the end of November. What’s Next? Phase 1 of our building process is (almost) done and our successful One Church capital campaign concludes in April 2020. But we aren’t done yet! In Spring 2020 we’ll launch another capital campaign. We’re calling it Get It dONE. Our goal is to raise funds to: Complete the Chapel space Provide new space for Mission Outpost Renovate the Sanctuary Complete the Memorial Garden & exterior work There may be tax or other financial advantages for some families to begin giving in 2019 for the next capital campaign. If you would like to begin to give now to Get It dONE, please mark your gift for Phase 2 or Get It dONE. For stock or IRA gifts, please contact Jane Victorey by email or 952-898-9313. We’ll Get It dONE as we complete the work to bring all ministries under one roof, upgrade our facilities and lay a firm foundation for generations to come. Bjorna Recent PostsProposed Lead Pastor Call CommitteeEcho Park Elementary School Partnership[You’re] WelcomeTransition Process: What’s Next?