Current Campus Updates
ROSEVILLE CAMPUS UPDATES
Interior updates started at Roseville Campus in September. If you’ve been at Roseville Campus lately, you’ve seen the beginnings of construction. Demolition began in the northeast corner (early childhood classrooms), and ceiling tiles have been removed in the hallway outside of the Atrium and Activity Center.
Special thanks to the staff and volunteers who completed the installation of new ceiling tiles:
Josh Warn, Matt McClay, Rich Sandberg, Dale Nickel, Hal Rude, Tom Griffin, Daryl Spilde, Jim Poppe, Gordon Hamann, Phil Face, and Dan Ogren. You guys rock!
Sheehy Construction has reviewed blueprints and moved a superintendent on site to manage the building project going forward.
Pray for God to use our spaces for His glory. Pray for safety for the workmen, and that there would be minimal surprises as we dive deeper into this project.
Nursery Transformation on Sunday, November 18, 2018
To prepare for demolition in Rooms 100-101, infants and toddlers move to Rooms 110-111 on Sunday,
November 18. The current nursery will be transformed into our new Café, a much-needed meeting and gathering space.
Early Childhood Space through January 2019
Going into 2019, the Atrium will continue to be a dedicated Early Childhood space on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights. We will keep offering adult electives (in lieu of Life Groups) into January 2019 as we complete the building project.
South and Northeast Entrances at Roseville Campus
Please use Main Entrance at all times. All other entrances will be closed for the safety and security of all who attend Calvary Church.
WHITE BEAR CAMPUS UPDATES
What about White Bear Campus, you ask? Here’s what’s next. A public town hall hearing in November 2018 announcing our plans to build will be followed by a White Bear Township meeting to approve our permit for the project at White Bear Campus. Then White Bear Campus dig date will be decided. Frozen ground will be a factor in determining that date, so stay tuned…
After years of prayer, our congregation and leadership developed a strategic plan to accommodate future growth at Calvary Church. Following God’s leading, we’re excited to be two years into our three-year Transform Campaign which will accomplish two growth goals: refreshing and building-out new facilities, and planting new churches overseas.
We’ve been blessed with commitments around $3 million. It’s amazing to see God’s people giving so generously, and we thank you! Those in leadership have spent much time praying and talking about how to proceed, and have determined the areas of greatest need at this time. We will continue to seek your input as we consider launching into a second phase of the campaign following this three-year campaign. The goal is to eventually complete all the originally proposed projects.
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- We’re so thankful for the 327 Transform Campaign Commitment Cards received!
- Over 600 people are represented in those cards. All have committed to pray and financially support the campaign.
- $3,009,052 total committed to date.
- Almost $2 million has been received in stock donations and financial gifts.
- We praise God for the generosity of the Calvary Church congregation!
- Leadership continues to be in prayer to determine which goals will receive attention first, but have approved moving forward with a few projects (listed below).
Campaign Commitment Cards welcome anytime! If you would like to give to the campaign above and beyond your usual tithe and offerings, fill out the handy electronic Commitment Card, re-save the pdf with your name, and email to Jim Feldman. Or pick up a card (in the green envelope) at the Welcome Center at either campus. Return these to the drop box at the Welcome Center of your campus.
A simple and convenient way to give. Consider automating your campaign donations (along with your regular giving) using our electronic giving program.
We’re excited about the vision Calvary leaders have cast for this church. If you’d like to hear more about how we arrived at our growth goals, and where we are in the campaign, contact one of the leaders listed below.
Program Leader—Roseville Campus
Program Leader—White Bear Campus