Facilities Committee

The Facilities Committee is responsible for the care of the church grounds and administers the use of the church building. Responsibilities include:

1) Keeping the building and systems in good repair and the landscaping attractive.
2) Providing for cleaning the building and grounds by custodian and volunteers.
3) Managing the use of space, storage, and borrowing of church equipment.
4) Maintaining effective practices to assure building security.
5) Maintaining needed inventories and records of equipment and supplies.

This committee always welcomes anyone interested in organizing maintenance projects and/or are adept at fixing things that wear out. No experience? No worries, just come with a willingness to learn.

The Facilities Committee meets on the 1st Monday of the month at 6:00pm in Calvin Lounge. Our all ages, all-church work parties are held on the 3rd Saturday of the month. Volunteers are always needed and welcome.


The church is considering a site that was previously dedicated to silent contemplation but over the years, has become unused and unpurposed.
A labyrinth in this location would rejuvenate and reactivate the original site.
Additional benefits for the church include lower maintenance, improved safety and appearance, and use of a multifunctional surface for church and preschool purposes.

A labyrinth is a single, winding pattern of pathways that weave a circular path around a central point, slowing the traveler's thoughts while moving toward the center. An ancient symbol of wholeness, the image of the circle/spiral combine for a meandering, but purposeful, journey.

Labyrinths are also considered to be a walking meditation. This encourages insight self-reflection and is excellent for stress reduction, enhanced creativity, and recovering a sense of balance in life.