The church was built between 1949 and 1950 and has had few upgrades since. In October 2019, the congregation began a Capital Campaign to renovate the kitchen, social hall, a classroom and library.
Improving the physical space makes many of Culver Presbyterian’s dreams possible, with the overall goals of expanding ways to serve others; to be welcoming and inclusive; and to care for our earth through energy and water efficiency. Congregational support for the project was overwhelming.
- hosting a soup kitchen
- holding classes to teach cooking or renting the space to a small caterer
- being that place where a group is able to prep, cook and can their garden produce
- cooking and supplying meals for another group like SPY
The upgrade to the library allows a new kind of growth, such as:
- a meeting room for our youth group
- another room for meetings
- storage space for our audio/visual department
It was vitally important to upgrade with a fully accessible ADA bathroom turning the social hall into:
- an area for emergency needs
- a place for missionaries to rest along their journeys
- an area for classes and groups to meet
- a central meeting hall for the community
- our social gathering and meals
The options for serving others are endless and the next 70 years look bright for we truly believe All Means All!