We thank God for His provision and guidance!
Our goal was to raise a minimum of $1,500,000 for repairs to the Sanctuary following the earthquake of 2014. As of February 14, 2016, over $1,695,873 has been committed to the campaign from 144 pledges. Since the earthquake, there have also been an additional 85 donations to help rebuild. In addition, more than 55 people have devoted countless hours to the campaign as volunteers.
Throughout the reconstruction, we have been blessed with the skills of so many individuals who have contributed not only to rebuilding the physical structure, but also to building us in relationship with God and each other. This is truly a season to celebrate!
We are so very thankful for everyone who contributed to the success of our campaign, but most of all, to our gracious God, from whom all blessings flow.
Thank You for Celebrating With Us!
Our Sanctuary Rededication Celebration on Sunday, July 10,
was a glorious one!
Rededication Sunday, July 10, 2016
Newly restored "Jesus" window
Children of all ages ring the bell for worship
Pastor David Stoker and Napa Mayor Jill Techel cut the ribbon
Welcome to Worship!
Through the Welcome Center to worship
View through the Welcome Center
View from balcony
Commemorative granite stone for reconstruction
Thanks to the many visitors and congregants for joining in the celebration, and, most of all, to our gracious God, for His provision and guidance throughout.
We are thankful to Bob McClenahan (www.napasphotographer.com) for the photos, above, of our Rededication Sunday.
Check out these links and additional photos, below:
PLEASE CONTINUE TO KEEP US IN PRAYER, as we continue to finish projects within and around our church facility.
Old brick piers
Concrete for new piers
Walls before construction
Plywood shear wall installation
Finish work begins
Old brick foundation
Rebar addition to brick wall
Foundation work completed!
New wiring installation
Old balcony with organ loft
Center section of balcony removed
Reinforced staircase to balcony
New balcony framework