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Forward Capital Campaign

St. Lucas Church is committed to moving forward as a congregation that is "always inviting, always edifying and always equipping." A new church building will help us realize this vision. In the next few years, with the Lord's blessing, we will move into a new worship facility, where we will gather around the Word and Sacraments, join in fellowship, and reach out to our community

ST. LUCAS

Week 1

Vision Video

Introduction to
Forward Capital Campaign

This video talks about our rich history proclaiming God's Word for well over a century here in Kewaskum. But it also shows why we feel it's necessary to look forward to building a new Church that will accommodate everyone who wants to come to worship, bible study and enjoy fellowship with other servants in Christ.

Week 1

Fly Through Video

Computerized Fly through
of New Church

This is a computerized "fly through" of the proposed new Church and grounds. It takes you around the outside of the Church, as well as a fly through of the inside as well showing us the vision of the Sanctuary built for Lutheran Worship, Worship Space, Bible study room, Gathering space, and back patio.

Week 2

Brian and Teresa Dreher

An Interview with Brian & Teresa

In this video we will meet Brian and Teresa Dreher who discuss their family history here at St. Lucas. They also discuss their Mother Blanche Dreher, who passed after the filming of this video. They discuss how difficult it can be for our older members and guests to access the church or use the facilities. It also shows how a new Church Building will solve all of those accessaility problems we face with the current Church Building.

Week 2

Forward in Christ Booklet

An 8 Page Booklet explaining Our Vision going Forward

This 8 page booklet will give you an explanation about our vision moving Forward with the New Church Campaign. This booklet also explains the design ideas for the different areas of the Church, and gives the reader computer renderings so you can more easily visualize what the new Church might look like. There is also a Q&A section that may answer questions you have.

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