FRIENDS OF SACRED STRUCTURES ANNOUNCE FALL CHURCH WORKSHOP
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mission, KS August 26, 2013 FRIENDS OF SACRED STRUCTURES ANNOUNCE SECOND 2013 CHURCH WORKSHOP The second 2013 Friends of Sacred Structures complimentary Church Workshop has been scheduled for Wednesday, October 23, 8:00-11:30AM, at St James Catholic Church, 3909 Harrison (39th & Troost), Kansas City, Mo 64110. This Church Workshop is a follow up to the similar event held May 15 at Grace United Community Ministries. Friends of Sacred Structures (FOSS) is dedicated to the preservation and renovation of religious structures, especially those that support vital neighborhood needs. FOSS helps organizations restore their structures to better provide stability and hope to children and families in Kansas City’s urban core and beyond. FOSS has been actively assisting Churches within the KC Area for more than 20 years. The October 23rd Workshop will focus on maintaining and improving the Churches physical facilities to achieve maximum safety and efficiency. Featured speakers at the Workshop will include representatives from: AB MAY Service Specialists (Heating & Cooling); Bordner Installation Group (Roofing & Windows); Missouri Gas Energy (Energy Efficiency) and Grace United Community Ministries (Energy Consumption and How to reduce it). The FOSS Church Workshop is open to all KC area Churches/Denominations and ministries. For more information contact: Tom Slezak, 913-940-0567
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