Update From the Committee


“Father, your love has invited us to build new doors for this church.  Your Spirit has called us into action.  Keep us unified to finish the goal set before us, To complete the work you have begun.  In Jesus’ Name we pray – Amen.”

The G2G2 Team knows communication is a vital part of a faithful finish; therefore, we have committed to several opportunities to update you throughout the year as we open our new front doors!

Front Door Sundays

The first Sunday of each month will be dedicated to praying, informing and encouraging one another in faithfully giving as Whole-Life Disciples. Giving is not just of our financial resources, but also our time, talents and service to the work which God has called us. We are excited to be part of our worship experience and look forward to how God will work in us through these meaningful times of corporate worship!

“Front Door Sunday”, as we will call it, will also provide opportunities to increase your giving or to join for the first time through the purchasing of Front Door Shares or submitting a pledge card.  The G2G/G2G2 Information Booth will be in the main lobby outside the sanctuary or in Stephenson Hall (depending on the week). Come by to get more information about the building campaign, purchase a Front Door Share, drop your pledge card off or just to say hi!

G2G/G2G2 Information Sessions

Throughout the year, we will have Information Sessions with the G2G/G2G2 Team. Please join us for a project update and progress report on the campaign. Members of our campaign and building team will be on hand so bring your questions!




Thank you to the many Columbians who have initiated giving in fulfillment of their G2G or G2G2 pledge!  If you haven’t already done so, we invite you to begin your giving so we reach the finish line together.  You can find more information on how to give in the previous post, “G2G2 Giving Period Has Begun!”.

Ten year old Hadley F. reminded us of why we must “open a new front door to Metro Washington and the world” when she shared, “I have a couple friends who I’d like to come (to Columbia).  One particular friend who doesn’t have a religion and maybe if I brought her she could learn about God and that He is the one true God.”

We pray all Columbians will be part of showing the world our “one true God”!