07 Mar Wilmington First Assembly – Delaware
Pastor Eric & Tiffany Spanier
Wilmington First Assembly will be celebrating its 100th Year Anniversary in April 2016. In 1916, a small group of believers had a vision to start a Pentecostal church in Wilmington, DE. Now, in 2016 we are working hard to keep that vision alive.
Over the last two years, the leadership and the members of this church have been working hard in an effort to revitalize our ministry efforts and to re-capture a vision to once again become a beacon of hope for our city and for our community. While the vision is growing and the ministry is getting stronger, our 54-year-old facility needs a lot of work and has fallen into disrepair.
With your financial partnership we want to address the following areas in our facility:
- The roof to our Main Sanctuary
- Updating and modernizing our sanctuary platform and sound system
- Purchasing new, quality playground equipment for our kids and the neighborhood kids to enjoy
- Fixing and updating the boiler system that heats our building
- Updating and modernizing our student ministry and children’s ministry environments
We want to be great stewards of the wonderful facility that God has provided for us, but we need your help. We no longer want the disrepair of our facility to hold us back from creating quality environments for families in our community to experience God. We no longer want the disrepair of our facility to hold us back financially as we attempt to plan for the future of the ministries of our church. We no longer want the disrepair of our facility to hold us back from achieving the hopes, dreams, and vision that God has given us for this church and this community.