We are thrilled to announce that $700,000 has been given or pledged by 100 or so members and friends of Holy Trinity to the Toward 100 capital campaign. Due to those able to make initial contributions this summer, several projects have already begun. Read below information from Paul Strome, our finance and building administrator, about this week’s progress. For those who would still like to participate in the campaign, the campaign booklet may be found here, pledges may be made here, and donations may be made here.
This week's Toward 100 update involves another place few, if any, HTLC member ever visits, let alone know exists -- the gang way along the nursey/choir room wall and the three-flat property to the east. For most of the year it is a weedy after thought. Soon it will be the location of the external compressors supporting the sanctuary air conditioning. The overgrowth has been removed, the ground leveled, and a base of pea gravel laid on top of a weed barrier. Feel free to visit from the alley side. You will note that the southern half of the gangway has been prepared and is ready for the compressors. The north half does not involve the A/C installation and looks like a prime spot for an HTLC work day.