For Immediate Release
September 24, 2018
Washington, DC – With $13 million in pledges already secured and more still coming in, The National Presbyterian Church (NPC) of Washington D.C. voted on Sunday, September 16th to move forward with the implementation of a building master plan.
After a worship service of thanksgiving for the tremendous success of the recent Capital Campaign conducted by James D. Klote & Associates (JDK&A), and after providing a status update, the congregation voted to move forward with the master plan which will include extensive renovations to the existing buildings as well as much needed deferred maintenance and a $1 million commitment to mission projects both in Washington D.C. and around the world.
Campaign Director Steve Siegel said, “It was an exciting day as the Campaign Co-Chairs shared the tremendous results of this campaign as well as the next steps toward the implementation of long-awaited improvements to the church facilities. NPC leadership, staff, and volunteers followed the plan of campaign diligently and were rewarded with a campaign total that most thought was completely unattainable just a year ago when the process started.”
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