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Building & Grounds Mission Statement

To provide oversight of the physical structure, grounds and all associated property of Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church so that members and staff can accomplish the work of God in a safe secure setting. While providing support of all kinds, the ministry shall provide expert advice in the area of property management, maintenance, landscaping, and associated maintenance support services.

REHABS

REtired HAndyperson Breakfast Society (REHABS) – Every Thursday morning at 8:00 am a group of 20 to 25 men and women have a hardy breakfast prepared by some of the REHABS and then do handy man jobs around the church and church grounds. This saves the church substantial funds, which are directed to other church missions. For information contact Dale Moeller or just show up any Thursday at 8:00 am in the church kitchen to pick up your breakfast. We will be glad to share fellowship with you, then off to work fixing, improving, beautifying our church building or grounds.

 

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Building Maintenance

Oversight of all building maintenance efforts including maintenance budgets and cleaning efforts of the custodial staff.

 

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Grounds & Garden

Oversight of all grounds maintenance including location and protection of over 300 memorial plantings.


                                                                 Including this from Genesis 1:11-12
11 And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so. 12 And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind and the tree yielding fruit whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was good.

Gardens: – Jane Iglehart has overseen our wonderful gardens for more than 18 years and worked tirelessly to provide a beautiful setting for the church. This includes making contributions to “Woods Chips” about various herbs, plants and trees found in the church gardens and their connection to the bible. Jane is looking for additional Green Thumbers of varied experience you are always welcome to help. Through the ages men and women have found beauty and food among the plants of our earth, and at Woods we continue to seek, find, and provide for beauty on our grounds. From Anemones to Zinnias, or apples to pines, we have planted many different plants and trees. Our gardens also provide a sanctuary for the furry and feathered friends that come to Woods. Birdbaths and houses, and feeders make them feel welcome - from the tiniest hummingbirds to the mallard ducks, and from the chipmunks to the rabbits. And, yes, the frogs and toads are to be found here, too.