Fellowship Hall Remodel

 

Total needed: $1,000,000

Cash in hand: $814,821

Construction began on July 5!
Thank you for helping us reach 1,000 new families in our community!
 

 

1,000 seats. 1,000 lives. 1,000 reasons.

Life-changing ministry occurs every week at Calvary Church. Beyond the Sanctuary, we reach across generational and cultural lines to impact growing populations in our area — specifically the Spanish-speaking community and young adults. A remodel of the Fellowship Hall will create a space that gives these congregations the ability to grow and minister as an extension of our weekend worship experience.

Since this Route 59 campus was built in 1993, one space has only been slightly updated—the Fellowship Hall. Off the beaten path of our main corridor, this multi-purpose room has been a central location for weekly ministry, from Believer’s Life classes to membership seminars to volunteer banquets. The Fellowship Hall is used to host more than 300 events each year. This transformation will provide adequate seating, a modern environment and updated technology.

Moving ahead, our vision is to use the Fellowship Hall as an extension of our weekend services. This plan requires a much-needed renovation to create an environment that fosters life-changing weekend worship experiences for:

Renovation Budget

This is how you can participate

The Fellowship Hall renovation project is a debt-free initiative. During the next six months, we are raising funds to fulfill this effort. You can pledge an amount to be given during this time period, or you can give a one-time gift.

Ways to Give:

Help us by committing to support the financial goal of raising $1 million for this project. Your gift will help propel the vision of reaching 1,000 new families in our community.

We also need your prayers during this renovation. Pray for wisdom and provision and that the remodel of this space would usher in a new season of ministry that enables us to reach more people than ever before.

Fellowship Hall Pledge

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    Fellowship Hall Updates

    Update: Day 38

    Week five is looking alive! This week we saw both finishing touches and beginning preparations. All hands are on deck for every stage of this exciting process. Take a look at our recent progress!

    • New sprinklers installed
    • Media sound booth constructed
    • Stage remodeled
    • Lighting and ceiling grid prep
    • A/V low vultage rough-ins
    • Carpet ordered
    • Overhead cloud system prep
    • Electrical work is ongoing
    • Curved media wall finishing touches

    Update: Day 31

    Week four has brought so much more. This week's progress has been (very) behind the scenes. You may not see all the electrical work and sprinkler reconstruction, but it's all necessary for the final renovation. Here's what else is happening:

    • Curved media wall final touches
    • Extensive mechanical work
    • Media sound booth construction
    • Audio/Video rough-ins complete
    • Acoustical grid work starts Monday
    • Lighting work starts Monday
    • More carpentry work begins Monday

    Update: Day 24

    “This was a very good week,” was the encouraging news from the Fellowship Hall renovation crew. Superfluously glued carpet couldn’t keep this dedicated group down. This week we’ve seen:

    • (Nearly) all carpet removed
    • Electrical work started
    • Old audio/video set up demolition
    • New HVAC system installation
    • Curved projection wall construction
    • Stage demo started

    Update: Day 17

    After only two weeks of work, we are officially a week ahead! Despite hot and wet weather, the Fellowship Hall progress is going strong.

    • All steel beams installed
    • Old HVAC removed
    • Old audio/video wiring removed
    • Electrical work ready to start on Monday
    • Carpet to be removed Monday
    • Work on curved projection wall begins Monday

    Update: Day 10

    Out with the old and in with the new. Construction is under way in our Fellowship Hall! In just over a week, so much progress has already been made!

    • Original steel beams removed
    • Moveable walls removed
    • Ceiling tiles and grid removed
    • All lights removed
    • Back wall painted
    • New duct work being redone
    • Electrical work started
    • New A/C unit installed
    • Beginning installation of new steel beams