St Paul's
December-16-17

 Image result for clip art Great News!In order to live up to our Core Values and Mission Statement “to be an open, Christian community  seeking spirituality and loving relationships”, St. Paul’s United Church congregation voted overwhelmingly to proceed with the Phase 2 Project at the special meeting held on Sunday April 17, 2016. It is part of our ‘Hospitality Project’ to make our facility accessible for all persons.Phase 2 includes an automated lift servicing all floors, accessible family friendly washrooms on all levels, wider and safer hallways, new enlarged entry with heated wheelchair ramp, meeting and storage space.

Several wise members have stated, “We must continue to adapt and change in order to make our facility safer, more functional, more relevant and more welcoming for all persons now and into the future.
 
Click here for a Short video presentation about the project
For those interested in donating to this project please make all donations to “Help Elevate Accessibility Now”, c/o St. Paul’s United Church – Midland – 308 King Street, Midland, ON   L4R 3M6 or click the Donate Now button below to make an online donation through

All contributions are most appreciated.
 
 
 
 
As of 22nd October 2017 we are at
$250,000!
 
For pictures of the renovation in progress   Image result for clip art click here button
 
 
Project & Fundraising Update: 
We've come a long way together through the renovations.  We are now only $14,063.96 away from reaching our fundraising goal of $250,000 from the congregation. Thank you to everyone who has supported the Elevate Accessibility Project through their givings, pledges, and supporting the numerous fundraising activities. We're almost there, so please spread the word. Don't forget our "Loonies for a Lift" jar and the "Donate Now" button on our website. Let's continue to work together to reach our goal.
 
 
 
 
In February the Committee was delighted to announce the following
An Enabling Accessibility Grant of $50,000 from the department of Employment and Social Development Canada
and
a donation of $4,148.16 towards the Help Elevate Accessibility Now project from the Midland Nursery School
 
Thermometer Amount Updated 25th August 2017