LAPC is one of only 16 houses of worship nation-wide to receive an invitation to join the 2020 National Fund for Sacred Places (NFSP), a grant-making and support program of Partners for Sacred Places in collaboration with the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
This highly prestigious grant provides up to $250,000 in a 2-to-1 match for restoration projects. And LAPC is the first Presbyterian church in New York State to be invited to participate in the National Fund program!
This award represents a momentous opportunity for our church as we approach the next critical phase of our 22-year capital restoration effort.
OPENING DOORS: The Campaign for Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church will raise the funds so desperately needed to repair the deteriorating foundation, front brownstone façade and study tower, entrance doors, and monumental Tiffany stained glass triptych.
As an important part of my legacy at LAPC, it would mean so much to me to have your support for this capital campaign. Let’s work together to make sure our beloved church building stands for generations to come; a beacon of light and liberation for the world.
Join us on this amazing journey!"
VIEW the official “Community Announcement and Press Release” here.
VOLUNTEER to get involved in this vitally important capital campaign! There are opportunities both large and small. Please email our Capital Campaign Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
DONATE: If you feel moved to send us a donation right away, please use the yellow “Donate” button in the upper right corner - and be sure to type “Capital Campaign” in the “Add a Note” box.
Or you can mail us a check to the address below - and remember to write “Capital Campaign” in the memo line.
Any questions, or if you need more information, contact us at: email@example.com
More details regarding the “Opening Doors Campaign” will follow in spring 2021.
We are so very grateful for your time, talent, and treasure. Thank you!
THE CAPITAL CAMPAIGN TEAM:
Deb Howard, Janis Russell, Kass Minor, Rev. David F. Telfort, Evan Bjornen, Craig Bannister, and Jonathan King
PHOTOS: LUIS P. GUTIERREZ
2020 National Fund
for Sacred Spaces Award
A Message from
Rev. David F. Telfort
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CELEBRATE GOOD NEWS!
Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church Awarded Prestigious
$250,000 National Fund for Sacred Places Grant.
Throughout 2021, you can make general contributions or fulfill your annual pledge in any of