Projects from 2017-2018
Mission: CLM Project
Chemen Lavi Miyò (CLM), or Pathway to a Better Life in Haitian Creole, is a program through which the community supports women who live on less than $1 per day. The CLM program gives these women education, life skills training
Capital Improvement: Family Life Center Projection
For Christmas Eve and Easter services, our Family Life Center (FLC) is used as worship overflow. Each Wednesday from September to May the FLC is used for Wednesdays @ Well meals and education. This space also hosts funeral luncheons, large group education and fellowship events and the like. Because of the strong sunlight, high ceilings and hard surfaces, audio and visual presentations are poor in quality. In order to improve seasonal worship and expand our ability to serve groups in that space, Sheridan has pledged media improvements to the FLC, which will cost $100,000.
Repair/Refurbish: Worship Center Lighting
During the process of building our beautiful facility, decisions were made about the lighting in the Worship Center in order to make the building costs more affordable. Dimmable ceiling lights, spotlights and infrastructure were eliminated. Given our evening worship services at critical times of the year, a few makeshift pieces have been added and enhanced our worship life. Now is the time to complete the Worship Center as it was originally designed to be, and we will do so at a cost of $100,000.