Will you help us reduce our debt, please?
In 2007, St. John’s faced a critical structural issue: the leaning, crumbling towers at the front of the church. The enormous cost required the parish to take out a loan from the Archdiocese in the amount of $1.2 million dollars.
Over the past several years, we have successfully paid $300,000.00+ toward the debt; we now stand at $766,849.81!
Please help us bring this number down to $0. Every dollar is important and counts. Please help us with this donation for whatever you are able to give.
Historical Preservation Endowment Fund
$433,150.19 (as of February 21, 2021)
Includes interest and dividends
Father John, pastor and the Finance Committee.
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