Our Parish Center Initiative and the Forward in Faith Capital Campaign
Over the past two years, Father Kevin and the parish facilities committee have worked to assess and evaluate the future of our church campus. Doyle Coffin Architecture, the Ridgefield Architecture and Master Planning firm, recently completed a Master Plan for our parish buildings and property. This Master Plan assessed the condition of all existing structures and will help us prioritize future maintenance, possible remodeling, and/or replacement of parish buildings, especially our aging parish center. It will help us spend our resources carefully to benefit both the long and short-term goals of the parish.
As part of this planning initiative, St. Patrick Church engaged CCS, a fundraising firm with more than 65 years of experience assisting Catholic parishes in their development efforts. This summer, CCS interviewed over fifty-five families from St. Patrick Church, and surveyed an additional 114 individuals as part of a feasibility study to consider the role of a capital campaign in determining the total cost of building a new Parish Center.
Below you will find the Master Plans Doyle Coffin prepared as well as the results of the CCS feasibility study. We encourage you to read through these materials so that you are aware of the important initiatives taking place at St. Patrick Church at this time.
Capital Campaign Feasibility Study Results
Task 3 Final Master Plan Presentation to parish 8/21/2017
Saint Patrick Roman Catholic Church
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