G2G Phase 2 Our Campaign for a New Generation of Ministry Complete My Online Response Card! Name* First Last Email* Total Gift Amount*In gratitude to the goodness of God, and in thankfulness and support for the ministry of St. John’s Lutheran Church, I/we intend to contribute a total gift of $_____ to support the St. John’s Generation to Generation Capital Campaign.This gift will be made in the following manner: (please check at least one)* weekly monthly annually once in it's entirety automatic draft other Please specify in the corresponding blank below.My commitment is $____________ per week. (for 156 weeks) My commitment is $_________ monthly. (for 36 months) My commitment is $_________ annually. (for 3 years) My commitment is $_________ annually. (for 3 years) Once in it's entirety for the amount of $________. Other payment plan This gift is in ... memory of honor of memory/honor of... Signature*CAPTCHA Δ Copy of Service of Dedication Jan. 8 by Deborah Cross Phase 2 of the Generation to Generation Campaign will: Celebrate our ministry of Christian fellowship. We will provide a complete renovation of the fellowship hall and kitchen, adding a small dining room and handicap accessible restrooms. Celebrate our sanctuary as a “house of worship for all.” We will address much-needed deferred maintenance needs in the sanctuary building, including the replacement of HVAC units, all of which are 25-45 years of age, and add two handicap accessible restrooms on the chancel side of the sanctuary level. If funding allows, we will replace sanctuary carpeting and the 25-year old sound system. Celebrate the life-changing ministry of our Child Development Center. We will renovate the CDC for the first time since it opened in 1999. The renovation will include painting, flooring repair, the addition of a toddler restroom, proper storage, and an updated kitchen. Celebrate music and the arts as a robust and necessary part of Christian formation. We will renovate the music wing of the sanctuary building and create space for a rotating display of our extensive collection of Christian art. Generation to Generation Generation to Generation. Buildings themselves don’t create ministry. With that in mind, this campaign allows us to prepare space for ministry that is not yet known. Imagine the ministry potential of a newly renovated kitchen and fellowship hall (community gathering space), or the opportunity to create locally grown, “farm to preschool” menus at the CDC, something that a recent health report said is “desperately needed” in early childhood education (USDA, March 2019). We’re setting the stage for that kind of dynamic, faithful ministry … and much more! The Final Stretch PDF Renovations Have Begun!