Blessed to be a blessing
We are in the midst of replacing our carpet in the Community Center and the main hallways of the church. It almost seems crazy that we are having to replace carpet after just over 10 years, but for me this is a sign that our building is being used for a variety of things in addition to church activities and Hesston College events. There’s a reason why it’s called the community center: it’s a space that can be used for community events and needs. And the hallway carpet is being replaced because we value accessibility. The carpet was beginning to bulge in some places, creating a safety concern and access issues for those with reduced mobility. Despite the price tag for replacing all this carpet there was no question that it should be done and was accepted unanimously by the council without push-back.
We are also repainting our children’s wing after the Hesston Community Daycare was there for over a year while their facility was being rebuilt. Another sign of the building being used for more than just church.
If we are blessed to be a blessing, and part of that blessing comes in a spacious facility, then we are happy to share what we have for the benefit of all!
-Clayton Gladish– Pastor