HONORING OUR PAST...BUILDING OUR FUTURE CAPITAL CAMPAIGN UPDATE: Thanks to the the support of many of our generous congregants we have $544,220 pledged for the new sanctuary! We greatly appreciate your generosity. We are currently pursuing a Spirit Level grant to augment the 2018 capital campaign and will also be fundraising via sponsorships for the Second Annual OCUUC Wild & Scenic Film Festival taking place the first weekend in August 2019.
If you haven't yet made your pledge, please consider this an invitation for you to do so! Pledge forms are available in the courtyard during Sunday coffee hour or here.
Develop a sanctuary that:
- Provides worship space that is meditative, tranquil, spiritual, and inspirational
- Allows for fostering growth of the congregation and increases our influence in Orange County
- Promotes community outreach through church-hosted concerts, film series, educational opportunities, and lectures
- Provides for opportunities to generate rental revenue by serving as a site for weddings, memorial services, etc. and for sharing worship space with other congregations.
The Campaign for Donations
“The Big Reveal” of OCUUC's New Sanctuary Plan
“The Big Reveal” of OCUUC New Sanctuary Plan on September 2, 2018 was an exciting milestone in the life of our congregation! David Keitel, AIA, principal architect of domusstudio architecture, presented proposed plans for the new sanctuary, followed by a Q & A.
OCUUC's New Sanctuary Task Force members are Linda Spery (chair), Karen Kennedy, Kathleen McFarlin, Nina Smith, Sarah Hunter, Don Martin, Dar Ritter, Barbara Morihiro, Tom Loughrey, Christy Montgomery, Craig Spery (architectural/construction liaison), Mary Smithberger, Bob Loeschen (advisor) and ex officio members Rev. Sian Wiltshire and board president Debra Quam.
domusstudio is one of the most experienced religious facilities architectural firms in Southern California. The firm has completed over 250 church projects over the last 32 years. They have collaborated with congregations of all sizes and denominations to create spaces which ultimately serve as ministry tools for outreach and growth as well as serving existing members.