crowd at the Woman's Club of Chevy Chase for Cedar Lane's Capital Campaign Kick-Off event on March 3, 2018

Combined Annual/Capital Campaign

On March 3, 2018, we kicked off both our Capital and Annual Campaign drives at the Woman's Club of Chevy Chase, Maryland with a Building Our Vision Luncheon (pictured above.)  Thanks to the dedication of many Cedar Lane lay leaders, we are in the process of visiting all Cedar Lane families, listening to their hopes and dreams for Cedar Lane.  The future of our building and this spiritual community rests with all of us.  You will find updates for both of the campaigns below.  If you wish to find out more about the campaigns and Cedar Lane's vision for its future, please schedule your visit with one of our Cedar Lane visiting stewards today.

Totals as of December 17, 2018:   

Annual Campaign Total: $851,372

  • 82% of Cedar Lane families participating
  • 91% of our total need of $935,000

Please make your pledge to the Annual Campaign. We need everyone's participation, longtime members and new members alike. We can reach our goal of $935,000 with YOUR help. Don't delay. Thank you!

Pledge now for the 2018-19 church year.

  • 38% of Cedar Lane families participating

Make your pledge now to the Capital Campaign.  (Enter the dollar amount you wish to give, and select "Capital Campaign" from the "Select a Fund" drop-down list).

From the Capital Assests Planning Commitee: 

On Saturday, October 27, 2018, more than 50 members participated in a workshop with Ritter Norton Architects (RNA,) sponsored by the Capital Assets Planning Committee (CAPC.) CAPC had asked RNA to address a couple of issues that had been raised during capital campaign visits. Namely, the separation of the proposed social hall from the kitchen; and proposed relocation of church offices. RNA presented two alternative solutions, which prompted lively discussion. Both are described more fully in the workshop summary here. CAPC members will be in the Lounge after worship this Sunday.


Dominic Manzella Testimonial

Dominic Manzella spoke during our Sunday worship services on March 25, 2018.  Watch as he talks about the importance of Cedar Lane and the impact it has had on his life and upbringing, and how it frames his beliefs.

Photo, left to right:  Top row: Regina Dull, Vicky Strella, Don Bliss, Rev. Abhi Janamanchi, Rev. Kenneth Torquil MacLean, Rev. Katie Romano Griffin / Bottom row: Mel Kalagian, Regina Dull's children

Thank you!

Thank you to our Combined Campaign co-chairs Regina Dull and Don Bliss, pictured above with other lay leaders and staff, for all of their hard work on this combined campaign effort!

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