The Friends of the Locktown Stone Church Capital Campaign is raising funds for the construction of accessible, environmentally sensitive restroom facilities and a small meeting space on the church grounds. The Wagon Shed Restroom Project will provide new permanent facilities that will help increase utilization of the historic structure, providing comfort for public and private events, and improving public access.
The design of the facilities is inspired by a former wagon shed that once stood on the property and has long since been dismantled. The environmentally-sensitive closed system that will support the facilities precludes any potential impact on the nearby Wickecheokee Creek.
The FoLSC has a goal of $240,000 for the construction of the shed and sanitary system, and are seeking support through a combination of grants, fundraising events, and private gifts and donations.
Title of Painting: Passage of Light
From the Artist’s words:
“This began as a fundraising project for an old local church that a small group of dedicated neighbors wanted to preserve. When I first walked in there, I didn’t expect to spend the next four hours sitting in the cold watching the light traverse the sanctuary to the point it vanished completely. I was mesmerized and felt as if I was in the center of the world, one on one with the eternal power of light that wrapped itself around me, suspending me in the air as if I was weightless…”
The Wagon Shed Restroom Project. Thank you for donating towards this project and also for your continuing support of our mission.
Baptist in Kingwood
The estate of Stephen Zdepski has graciously granted permission for the sale of the out-of-print book, “Baptists in Kingwood” as a PDF for $10 per copy. The proceeds from the sales will go towards the Wagon Shed/Restroom Project Fund.