We have completed the first (of three) phases of the approval process required to obtain permission from Hanover to construct our proposed house of worship.
The site plan and proposed building plan, as presented to the Hanover Planning Board this week, can be found below.
From an email Pastor Don sent a few weeks ago: In case you missed it, CRC had another front-page article in the Valley News recently (the fourth or so in the past couple of years, all quite positive!). You can find the article here.. With the Hanover Planning Board meeting scheduled (details on the events
On Monday, we had another great congregational meeting. Many thanks to all who attended, asked questions, and gave input! At the close of this fall informational meeting series, our hope is that you’ve had the opportunity to hear comprehensively on the context, vision and planning process for this proposed building project. To those of you who were unable to attend, please feel free to contact any Elder or Building Committee member to hear more and share your thoughts and questions. Our doors are always open!!!
Thank you to all who joined us on Monday night for the second in our three-part fall meeting series about the Greensboro Road project! The goal of these gatherings is three-fold: to communicate clearly the vision behind and the process of the proposed building project, hear questions and responses from the congregation, and pray together.
This week, we heard from Pastor Don Willeman some background on how we make decisions as a church family, and factors the elders have considered in moving forward with this building project. Then, Lindsay Whaley and Noah Crane shared on behalf of the building committee. Lindsay gave an update on the initial steps in the process of obtaining permission to build in Hanover, and Noah shared the story of the building design. We also heard a number of helpful questions and comments from CRC members. Short summaries of these talks are below, and we are all happy to talk more with any of you who were not able to be there.