St Alban’s Centennial Building Project
Our Cathedral celebrated its centennial in 2017. It was built during World War 1 from local quarry stone as an insurance against the fires that had destroyed the two previous Anglican churches.
At 100 years, our Cathedral is starting to show the ravages of time (see pictures) and an effort is required from those of us that have inherited this beautiful church to ensure that the church is maintained for those who will use the church over the next 100 years.
A fundraising campaign has been launched to raise the estimated $100,000 needed to address:
- Centennial Building Project Goal
Refurbish the Alban Stained Glass Window
Estimated cost $25,000
- Refurbish Stained Glass Window Goal
Replace the Water St Entrance Doors
Estimated cost $10,000
- Replace the Water St Entrance Doors Goal
Repair Cement Work
Estimated cost $15,000
- Repair Cement Work Around Stained Glass Windows Goal
- Complete the Flooring in the Church Hall Goal
- Completely Renovate the Narthex Entrance Goal
Pledge forms will be mailed to all parishioners and are available from the church office.
Unlike parishioners in 1917, we are not being asked to build a new church. Just to refurbish the beautiful church they left to us.
Please consider your gift to this project.