In case you missed the Stewardship Sunday Kick-off on February 9, here are the highlights:
Over the summer, engineering firm Van Note Harvey conducted a required survey of the flood line on church property. They are now putting together the site plan, and we have engaged an attorney (Ryan P. Kennedy, who is offering us a discounted rate) to sign … read more.
Great news! The Hopewell Township Zoning Board has accepted our engineer’s calculations for coverage, increasing slightly the “footprint” we can build on. The next step will be to set up a meeting with the Delaware & Raritan Canal Commission for their review and approval. When … read more.
In April, the Steering Committee met to review and plan next steps. The civil engineers have been out to survey our property and will give results to our architect for planning. Once these plans are approved by the township zoning department the architect will provide … read more.
In March, the Steering Committee met with church staff and Food Ministry representatives to get their input on the use of space as presented in the preliminary architectural drawings provided by our architect, David B. Singer. Van Note Harvey was hired as our civil engineering … read more.
The Capital Campaign Steering Committee presented preliminary architectural drawings to the Board and Church Council during February, and to interested congregants during the Middle Hour on March 3rd.
Since then, we have hired a civil engineer (Van Note Harvey) who will work to obtain the … read more.
By George Faulkner and Lori Hoppmann
For those of you fortunate enough to be over age 70 & 1/2 and have individual retirement accounts (IRAs), here’s a suggestion on how to make a capital campaign or annual operating pledge contribution that’s fully tax-deductible. With the recent … read more.