Capital Campaign Fund – Coming Jan. 2024
Bell Memorial Capital Funds Campaign
Bell has a long history of being a church. It was founded in 1914 as a mission outreach of Slippery Rock Church. Our building is now over 100 years old. Our church like our homes, needs maintenance and updating. Bell Church needs to be inviting and maintained.
The operations team and session have decided to have a capital funds campaign. There are two projects identified that need capital funds for improvements: the roof and the basement. The roof is getting close to 30 years old. After a recent inspection, it was found to need some attention. The roof over the library and office was recently replaced. The remainder of the roof still has a few more years of service.
The basement is an area of our church that definitely needs updating. The flooring in fellowship hall needs replaced. The kitchen needs a number of updates which will be contingent upon the funds raised.
The campaign will run from January 2024 to December 2025. We understand that budgets are tight. Prayerfully consider your role. The amount you give is not important, but your gift should express your gratitude to God for all you have received. Look for further communication on the Capital Funds Campaign.
Where do I Come In?
The success of this capital funds campaign depends on you. We all play a vital role. Your contributions, above and beyond your regular giving, are vital.
How do I Give?
Place an envelope marked “Bell Capital Funds in the offering plate or in one of the giving boxes found at both entrances to the sanctuary. You can also mail your contributions to:
Bell Memorial Presbyterian Church, 610 Line Ave., Ellwood City, PA 16117
On -Line Giving Option
Go to bellmemorialpc.org to make your contributions on-line. Go to the “Giving” tab, then select the “Other” tab, and indicate for “Capital Funds Campaign”.
If you would like to contribute a non-cash contribution, please contact a member of the Church Operations Team.
2 Corinthians 9:7 NLT
You must each decide in your heart how much to give. And don’t give reluctantly or in response to pressure, for God loves a person who gives cheerfully.