Fulfilling Our Mission with A New Kitchen
Following years of conversation about the need for a new kitchen, the St. Alban’s Vestry has approved a plan to move ahead. Keep scrolling below to find regular updates on the Capital Campaign as well as background information for our family and community.
“Your building is either advancing your mission… or a drain on it.”
by Bill Calvert & Linda Cummings With the start of the 2019 Capital Campaign just around the corner, the Vestry, Fr. Jeff and the Campaign Co-Chairs (Bill Calvert and Linda Cummings) are pleased to present the Executive Committee and liaisons for the campaign (see the org chart below or download a copy here). We are […]Read More
For those who participated in the St. Alban’s Feasibility and Planning Study, thank you! We are pleased to share that, at the close of the study, 51 strategic conversations were completed. An additional 40+ members of our community engaged in an electronic survey.Read More
“Your building is either advancing your mission… or a drain on it.” That’s a quote from one of the architects who produced the design for our new kitchen. That architect very succinctly described our situation. I know that there are some who have concerns about the project – concerns about the cost, concerns about the […]Read More
These are exciting times for St. Alban’s! In the latest Capital Campaign update, we discuss the evaluation process and what to expect as we determine whether or not the kitchen project is feasible.Read More
Capital Campaign Reports
Following a successful feasibility study, St. Alban's and our consultant, CCS Fundraising, will be kicking off our capital campaign in September 2019. Bill Calvert and Linda Cummings are co-chairs of the campaign. Keep coming back to this page for more updates and info!
- Read the blog post announcing the September 2019 kickoff.
- Download the executive summary of the Feasibility Study. (PDF)
- Learn more about CCS Fundraising. (PDF)
- Learn more about our on-site consultant, Daniella Hansen. (PDF)
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do we need a kitchen renovation? How are we using the current kitchen, and what sorts of things could we use the new kitchen for? Why can't we just fix the plumbing and get new appliances? How much will it cost, and where will the money come from?
On April 7, 2019, parishioners had the opportunity to meet with our architects, consultants and vestry to ask further questions and learn more about the project.