Capital Campaign: The Facts
Father, build your church through us so lost people come and are saved and believers are drawn closer to Jesus. In His Name we pray.
The future begins now
Birthed in the coming together of Anglicans and dreams of being even more available to seekers after His truth, this building campaign could only have its origins in the will of God. Our human dreams are too puny, our plans too flawed to conceive this effort. But we lifted our hopes up to God and let Him carry the ball. Which brings us to a building site on Beach Boulevard and formal plans to begin building the chapel pictured in the artist’s rendering at left.
We need new, more consistently available and more adaptable facilities that are not subject to high rents. Currently, we pay thousands of dollars in rent for the historic chapel and Malone Hall and we are guaranteed those facilities only by a short term rolling lease.
For many reasons these facilities are inadequate and in many ways inappropriate.
Both our mission and vision speak of our commitment to reach others in the name of Christ. We believe as we choose the road that leads to the construction of new facilities in a strategic location we will have more opportunities to share the love of God — always celebrating the Great Commission.
Our plans are strategic. Our building site is on Beach Boulevard at the Intracoastal, poised to serve both the Beaches and Intracoastal communities. Our address will be: Hopson Road and Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville Beach, FL For a zoom in map, click the button below or replay the splash page video to see the site from the air.
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Now an attorney focusing on religious freedoms, Charlie came to Church of Our Savior with years of experience in management of high tech companies and real estate development. His expertise was important in negotiating with the city of Jacksonville Beach to approve the construction of the new church. He is married to Camilla Sims-Stambaugh and is the proud father of three daughters. “My decision, to join others who recognized the need to accept Scripture as the inspired word of God, was my introduction to the welcoming members of Church of Our Savior. I find that a church family is critical in deepening one’s faith, not to mention pure joy. Please, come and visit us.”Charlie Stambaugh
Tiffie Mackoul has been actively attending Church of Our Savior (aka Anglican Beaches Church & Resurrection ) since a small group of Christian believers began in 2007. Tiffie is in a weekly prayer group, is a Lay reader and chalice bearer. Tiffie has been in a women’s Friday Bible study for many years which now meets at Malone Hall. Tiffie is very excited with the church’s plans to build a new church visible to all the beaches area.
Judy Cebeck was a member of Calvary before merging with Resurrection Church. Judy served in two areas… Lay reader and intercessory prayer team. She also led a home group and assisted with various fellowship activities. At Church of Our Savior Judy continues to actively participate in Bible study and fellowship events as well as serving on the vestry.Tiffie Mckoul and Judy Cebeck
Growing in Grace
2 Peter 3:18
“But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To Him be the Glory both now and to the day of eternity. Amen.”
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We are listening to God and taking one step at a time. Will you join us?
Building on Faith
“But you, beloved, building yourselves up in your most holy faith and praying in the Holy Spirit, keep yourselves in the love of God, waiting for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ that leads to eternal life.”