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Dear Parishioners,

We are in the process of launching our Memorial Brick Fundraising Campaign. Our goal is to raise money to replace the roof on our historic but aging church. The Unity Day Committee has partnered with the Bricks R Us Company to accomplish this goal. The committee agreed on a cross design to be laid around our upright cross in the yard on Union Street.

In planning this project, the committee has Easter in mind for its completion. Imagine us gathered at our new upright cross adorned with flowers, planted in the beautiful white bricks forming a cross design with engravings of the names of loved ones who served in the past, and those still serving. What a lasting and lovely memorial this would make!

In the cross design, there are:

122 8″x 8″ Large Bricks which hold 6 lines of text (18 characters) – $250.00
100 4″x 8″ Small Bricks which hold 3 lines of text (18 characters) – $150.00


Click here to download, print and share our fundraiser proposal with your family & friends.


Click here to download or print the order form to place an order via cash or check.


Click here to place your order securely online with a credit or debit card.



*** The deadline for placing orders to complete this project has been extended until May 1, 2017. ***

We realize that this is a sacrificial gift, but let’s remember the sacrifices of those who came before us. We can only imagine. Let’s all try to become better stewards, and in doing so, honor the One who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Thank you for your support.

Blessings,


The Unity Day Committee



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