Building Updates

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Guiding Documents

    September 18 Congregational Meeting Results

    Thanks to everyone who attended the Sunday, September 18 congregational meeting. The Congregation approved the Sanctuary Design principles reported by the Sanctuary Design Team. Thanks especially to the team members: William Bunge, Brenda Carlson, Kate Elliott,...

    Renovation Proposal: Drawings

    Below you will find the drawings of the proposed FLC building renovation, provided to us by Kueny Architects. The floor plans show you the internal renovations and additions to the building. The renderings of the space (the inside and outside "pictures" and video...

    Sanctuary Design Meeting #4, June 22, 2022

    Having focused last week on the Assembly (including various entering/seating/worshiping configurations), we concentrated tonight on two of the three other liturgical centers, the Word and the Meal. Consultant Gale Francione again provided photographs and commentary...

    Sanctuary Update: Where Will We Sit?

    Our third, June 15, meeting with Liturgical Design Consultant Gale Francione focused on the center of worship--the Assembly. Gale used photographs of our sanctuary and of others to help us evaluate different configurations. We considered churches with flexible,...

    Sanctuary Design Team Summary of June 8, 2022 Meeting

    In our second meeting with Liturgical Design Consultant Gale Francione (Davenport, Iowa), we focused on our shared reading, D. Foy Christopherson, A Place of Encounter: Renewing Worship Spaces (Augsburg Fortress, 2004). Christopherson lays out four worship...

    For Generations to Come Project Presentation Dec. 19

    All are invited to a “For Generations to Come” project presentation on Sunday, December 19 at 2 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. The presentation will be livestreamed & recorded for viewing after the meeting. We will have another forum in early January to discuss the...

    Building Project Update 8/5/21

    The Finance Team met this week to discuss pledge and donation progress & the next steps for the building project. To date, pledges & donations total $3.2 million. We are extremely grateful for the response and it speaks volumes for our congregation and...

    From Your Campaign Chairs

    Dear First Lutheran Family, We are honored to work with a talented team to execute a meaningful capital campaign that will chart the course of First Lutheran Church "For Generations to Come.” A successful campaign will generate the resources to build a new and...

    3/14/21 Congregational Meeting Voting Results

    This morning, nearly 200 FLC members gathered in person and via Zoom for a congregational meeting to vote on launching the public phase of the capital campaign. Here is the motion that was voted on, by written ballot (paper and email): We approve the launch of the...