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Thank you to all who have pledged and donated to the “Building on Tradition” campaign!

We have come a long way since our groundbreaking in July 2014!

As Rick Urbanowski stated at the start of the campaign, it is important that every family participate in the Capital Campaign.  Your participation is the key to this campaign’s success.  As of December 31, 2017, we have 400 of 888 families donating or pledging.  Thanks to these gifts, approximately 92% of the project cost is covered.

School Library July 2015 Won’t you please help us pay off the remaining 8% of the project cost?

For those who have not yet donated or pledged, please consider doing so at this time.  Click here for a printable card or pick one up in the church or office.  Thank you for your support!

For those who made one-time gifts in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 please consider that same gift in 2018!

In June 2014, we began the third phase of renovation and expansion of our church and school facilities which has already greatly enhanced our campus and the ministries we offer here at the Cathedral Parish!

New Parish Hall: The newParish hall near completion Parish Hall allows us to host more gatherings of parishioners for growth in faith and fellowship in a larger, yet still intimate, setting.

†  New Technology Center and Library: Adding this 4,100 square foot technology center and library has augmented and enriched our school and parish.

†  New Church Nursery: The nursery has been relocated to the Bride’s Room, allowing us to continue to serve the young families in our parish.

Technology Center July 2015



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  “Every day they devoted themselves to meeting together in the temple area…with exultation and
sincerity of heart, praising God and enjoying favor with all the people.” (Acts 2:46-47) 


Architectural renderings of our new spaces!






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