Posts from January 2019

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Ministry Expansion Plan Update for January 31, 2019

by CMPC

Here’s what has happened in the last week: The openings left by the removal of the downstairs windows have been filled in, insulated, and closed up with drywall (save the spaces where the new windows will be installed) The skylight in the sanctuary was framed out The overhang around the downstairs perimeter of fellowship hall […]

Ministry Expansion Plan Update for January 24, 2019

by CMPC

Here’s what has happened in the last week: The first coat of skim coat has been applied to the ceiling of the sanctuary (save the portions over the choir loft—which will require a special boom lift) Framing out of the exterior walls on the upper level of fellowship hall has been completed All of the […]

Ministry Expansion Plan Update for January 17, 2019

by CMPC

Here’s what has happened in the last week: More of the railings on the upper level of fellowship hall were removed as were the walls to the storage area behind fellowship hall Special thanks to the elders and deacons who lent a hand last Saturday in clearing out that storage area! Framing work started on […]

Cold Weather Shelter

by CMPC

With CMPC under construction, Howard County’s Cold Weather Shelter was hosted at Merriweather Post Pavillon by Grassroots and coordinated by Jeff Seymour during the week of December 17-24.  The shelter served 26 guests including 16 men, 7 women, and 3 children in 2 separate families.  There was a total of 79 different volunteers, including one […]

Ministry Expansion Plan Update for January 10, 2019

by CMPC

Here’s what has happened in the last week: The trench for the electrical ductbank has been backfilled The north entrance of the new driveway was cut out Super silt fencing (the chain link fence with black plastic) was installed around the property (where required by state law) The lock was installed on the new doorway […]

Ministry Expansion Plan Update January 3, 2019

by CMPC

“Out with the old” has been the theme of the work that has taken place on the Ministry Epxansion plan most recently.  The airhandler, boiler, and air conditioner units are now all gone; as are many of the shrubs and bushes and a few trees around the premises.  We are sad to see some of […]