Building Campaign

 

God has a plan for everyone and everything. That includes you and it includes Great Neck Baptist Church.  None of us can fully know God’s plan—the best we can do is pray and listen for clarity. Our church leadership has been doing just that and are excited to announce our latest church campaign project “United in Faith.”

 

As you may or may not know, the original church structure along with the kitchen area and office space have been closed off due to extensive mold and termite damage. The area has been treated and shored up for safety, but the extensive damage has left the area unusable. This now gives the Great Neck Baptist Church family an exciting opportunity to redesign and remodel the original structure to even greater usefulness. The total projected cost of this work is approximately $827,427. This will allow us to grow our already existing youth and children’s ministries, implement a food bank, as well as increase fellowship opportunities through a renovated fellowship hall and a more efficient kitchen area. This will allow us even more opportunities to be the Light that Shines “Here, There, and Everywhere.” Our God is a God of transformation – who changes us, and through us, changes the world.

 

It is for this reason that we are reaching out to you now because without your generous support, we can’t pull this off. Our God is a generous God – A God who has been revealed in Jesus as the One who deeply and passionately loves us. Just as God has loved us, we love our church family and we believe that in times of trial “What we do, we do together” and united with God’s hand, we will accomplish this renovation. We are asking for you to prayerfully step out in faith and give above and beyond your tithe to this massive undertaking.

Please use a commitment card as it has various ways that you can give to this great cause. We pray that you will respond according to what God has laid on your heart.

United in Faith,

GNBC Capital Campaign Team

 

Hebrews 11:1:  Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.