The church was built between 1949 and 1950 and has had few upgrades since.  In October 2019, the congregation began a Capital Campaign to renovate the kitchen, social hall, a classroom and library. Today we enjoy cooking in a modern kitchen and getting together in our updated social hall.

Cameroon Lunch
Lunch in Renovated Social Hall

Improving the physical space makes many of Culver Presbyterian’s dreams possible, with the overall goals of expanding ways to serve others; to be welcoming and inclusive; and to care for our earth  through energy and water efficiency.   Congregational support for the project was overwhelming.

Church members helping with renovations

Possibilities include:

  • hosting a soup kitchen 
  • holding classes to teach cooking or renting the space to a small caterer
    • being that place where a group is able to prep, cook and can their garden produce
  • cooking and supplying meals for another group, like SPY

The upgrade to the library allows a new kind of growth, such as:

  • a meeting room for our youth group
  • another room for meetings
  • storage space for our audio/visual department

It was vitally important to upgrade with a fully accessible ADA bathroom turning the social hall into:

  • an area for emergency needs
  • a place for missionaries to rest along their journeys
  • an area for classes and groups to meet
  • a central meeting hall for the community
  • our social gathering and meals

The options for serving others are endless and the next 70 years look bright for we truly believe All Means All!