Access In Motion Capital Campaign

Warner Memorial Presbyterian Church has embarked on an exciting capital improvement project that will address deficiencies in accessibility, energy efficiency and fire safety, and create a welcoming entrance on Connecticut Avenue. In order to make this transformation, the church will need to invest approximately $550,000. Thus the capital campaign committee is reaching out to members, friends, and the community to support this effort to build “A House of Prayer for All Peoples.”
Isaiah 56:7 provides an inspiring portrait of a church that invites all to joyful participation. Because our building is over 60 years old, it falls short of this vision in several ways. The plans submitted by Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc. address these issues in a way that is not only utilitarian but revitalizing. The beautiful elevator tower will give the church an inviting presence on Connecticut Avenue—a beacon to light the way and welcome people in.

As this project becomes a reality, we are raising a significant amount  toward the anticipated expenses of $550,000. While the capital campaign invites donations over a three-year period, gifts at any time and in any amount will limit the amount of money that is borrowed. Please join us in making the building as safe, accessible and welcoming as possible—truly a “house of prayer for all peoples.” To make an online donation, click here.

Click video to see our Capital Campaign movie.
View our photo gallery of progress


Header image courtesy of Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.

...For my house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples.

Isaiah 56:7