Building Tomorrow Today
for our future
Germantown Presbyterian Church is at a crossroads. One path leads to growth of ministries, expanded educational opportunities, increased opportunities for Christian fellowship, and full campus access for older church-goers and the physically handicapped. The other path embraces the status quo. In January the congregation voted to pursue the first path. With the Building Tomorrow Today capital stewardship campaign, our church hopes to fund major changes to our campus. We will tear down the aging Warren Hall—which currently has a stream of groundwater flowing beneath and many other structural problems—and replace it with a new building that will allow us to serve God more effectively for years to come. Moreover, we will return the historic Evans Chapel to a dominant place in the life of our church with long-awaited improvements.
Look around the sanctuary on Sunday morning. In addition to familiar friends with whom you have worshiped weekly, there are fresh faces, new families, and more children. GPC is growing. And with that growth comes a responsibility. Our church must ensure that we have the best facilities to further God’s mission and meet the needs of our Christ-seeking congregation and community. The Building Tomorrow Today capital stewardship campaign will make our historic facilities accessible to all and beautiful throughout. It will enhance opportunities for Christian education, evangelism, intergenerational fellowship, mentoring those with special needs, outreach to the community, and unique worship experiences. It will support families with better space for funerals and other receptions and an expanded Memorial Garden.
“…For God is the one who gives seed to the farmer and then bread to eat. In the same way, He will give you many opportunities to do good, and He will produce a great harvest of generosity in you…” -2 Corinthians 9:10