Living Waters Capital Campaign Returns!


After a 2-year hiatus, All Souls’ fifth capital campaign, Living Waters: Renewal for our Second Century, is back!

This will be our effort to ensure our physical space can support our ministry. We will seek to raise money, beyond our regular pledge amounts, to pay for projects in four overarching goals:

Some of the planned projects would be transformative – an elevator serving all four levels of the church. Others would be taking care of the current space – rehabbing the windows and replacing the floor in the parish hall. But all will let All Souls continue to nourish the spirit and community for the next 100 years.

You will soon begin to see blue “Imagine If …” signs throughout the church that highlight specific changes we could make with a successful campaign. Let these signs help you imagine a renewed church.

A dedicated campaign team has been working and planning to restart the campaign for several weeks. Team members will be (re)commissioned to this work this Sunday, February 6th, at the 9:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. services. We hope you will come help send the team forth on this important work.

With that rededication, the campaign will begin a season of communication, education, prayer, and discernment about the mission that will be served by the campaign, the projects that will be supported by the campaign, and how we as a community can renew the Living Waters that have been flowing at the corner of Cedar and Spruce for over 100 years.

Look for our first outreach in your inbox or mailbox in the next few days. We look forward to walking this path with you all.

Marilyn Flood, Living Waters Campaign, Vice-Chair
Richard Lynch, Living Waters Campaign, Chair