Hall Renovation Funding

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Dear parishioners,

Not so long ago many of you had your hands and hearts involved in building this Church and community. You gave a lot of your time, effort and hard work because this parish meant a lot to you and your family. When you recall your memories you may remember many banquets, weddings, Masses, christenings, performances and various other gatherings. These memories were all formed here in our Church and Hall where we as a community keep our faith, traditions and heritage alive.

Unfortunately, over these years this building has deteriorated and now the time has come to renew it together to ensure that our Church continues to be our anchor. In the past five years we have successfully replaced our roof and renovated our rectory. Before us exists a large project, changing over the heating and cooling system, which has become inadequate and inefficient. With this comes the opportunity to fully renovate our Church hall. Preliminary planning has begun to initiate this process.

Therefore, we are inviting you to support us in renovations so that we may continue to grow together and keep this parish alive and vibrant.

We are reaching out to you today so that together we can purposefully move forward with the intent to accomplish good things for our community. Your contribution will be greatly appreciated and accepted. There will be additional acknowledgment on our Dedication Wall if you donate:

  • Bronze level $300-499,
  • Silver level $500-999,
  • Gold level $1000-4999,
  • Platinum level $5000-99,999,
  • Diamond level $100,000 and above.

Donations will be accepted via special red envelopes labeled “Hall renovation”, by internet through PayPal on our new parish website:, or directly to Father Marko.

If you prefer, your donation can be made in installments. The proposed deadline for our Dedication Wall is October 1st, 2017.

Please open your giving hearts and share your generosity. “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” – Jesus, Acts 20:35