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Roof Project-Updated January 2019
There are two flat roofs; the first extending from the south double doors of the main hallway to the north entrance and the gym including bathrooms and all offices. The second roof includes the east main entrance to the boardroom and bathrooms. These two roofs need immediate attention. The expected cost to replace these two roofs will be about $59,000. In fall of 2018 the first of these two roofs were completed and the expected funds have been raised. The second flat roof will be completed in early spring of 2019.
The second phase will be to replace the existing cement shingles on the sanctuary roof. These are original tiles from 1967 and are very heavy. The roof is bowing due to the weight of these tiles but isn’t a safety concern. The tiles would be replaced with asphalt shingles costing about $ 40,000. Fundraising for this roof will begin in 2019 with a hopeful completion by fall of 2019.
We are asking those that attend First Baptist Church and consider it to be their home church to help raise these funds. If you would like to give toward the roof project you can by designating “Roof Project” on your envelope during our Sunday morning service. Or you can give online through Canada Helps, below you can connect directly to Canada Helps and give designating funds to the “Other” category and making a note that the funds go to the “Roof Project”.
Thank you, The Board