It’s not unusual for annual meetings at Church of the Holy Communion to erupt in applause. This time it was loud and sustained as Sandy announced first the capital campaign results and then that a family has stepped up to give an additional $750,000 as a lead gift for work in the Nave.
“This is absolutely outstanding! Something we could never have hoped or dreamed of,” Sandy told the several hundred parishioners at the meeting on Sunday, January 22.
“In order to...