Master Building Plan Phase 2

Timeline

In 2021, the Building & Grounds and Long-range Planning committees approved a Master Plan for future building and expansion created by our architect.

2022

January 16: Building & Grounds and Long-range Planning committees met to vote on a proposal to move forward with Phase 2 of our building expansion and bring the plan before the church for a vote.

January 30: Missions Vision Sunday emphasized a reveal of the Master Plan, Phase 1 review, and Phase 2 recommendation presented to the church by the committee chairman.

February 6: Town Hall Meeting with Q&A. Ballots will be available in our church office 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday, February 7, through Thursday, February 10.

February 13: The church will vote on the Phase 2 Construction Proposal during each morning worship service.


Preparing for the Future

Following is a breakdown of how the funds for Phase 2 will be raised and how the funds will be disbursed.

VF Balance – $1,400,000
VF Budget – $540,000
HCA – $550,000
Reserves – $450,000
VF Giving – $60,000

Total – $3,000,000

Architectural Renderings

Phase 2 includes the development of our north lot based on the following identified needs and current funding.

  1. Parking Lot – Create additional parking spaces near current and future worship center
  2. Widow’s Garden – Finish the development of this new and growing ministry by developing parking and fencing
  3. Crosswalk and lighting – Improve safety and security around current North parking lot
  4. Storage/Fieldhouse – Create storage for carts and ministries with an unexpected bonus of additional athletic facilities within the structure funded by a donation from Harvest Christian Academy
  5. Multi-purpose Fields – Develop outdoor space for church and community children's and youth activities
  6. Covered pavilion – Furnish covered space for individuals, families, home school groups, Bible study groups, and Sunday school classes
  7. Playground – Create a place for Harvest Christian Academy to construct an age-appropriate playground per our rental agreement, funded fully by Harvest Christian Academy, immediately becoming an asset of FBC Keller upon completion