Capital Campaign

Respecting the past as we welcome the future…



In the spring of 2011 Kirkwood Baptist Church entered into a capital campaign in order to raise funds for building renovation.  Members have pledged to give over a three year period, 1.3 million dollars.  A substantial portion of that has already been given.  We believe our facilities provide essential ministries in our community and we are grateful to have the means to bring them up to date.   Please pray about joining us in this endeavor, if you haven’t already!

Phase II Renovation

Contractors have begun bidding on the Phase II renovations. Bids will be due on January 31, 2013 and then evaluated by BRC and Finance Committee before presenting a formal recommendation to the church. There are challenges to address with the renovation, but it is hopeful these can be accomplished in the five month anticipated construction schedule.

Click here to see the 12/12/12 report from the Building Renovation Committee.

Phase One renovation included our Great Hall and Mezzanine.


Click here to see the report given by the BRC on June 10th and 13th.

Email the BRC if you have any questions or comments. 


On Sunday, September 25th, Keith Stockberger presented a very creative report!  Watch below.


To see a copy of the Building Renovation Committee’s Update, given on July 27, 2011, click here.

Watch our Campaign Video.


KBC Renovations & Capital Campaign:  The trip to ‘now’, and where we’ere going.

Devotional Readings – February 2011

Newsletter – March 21, 2011 Newsletter – February 18, 2011 Newsletter – February 11, 2011 Newsletter – February 7, 2011 Newsletter – January 27, 2011 Newsletter – January 10, 2011


IRA information sheet


Estimated Cost Breakdown

Click here  to see copies of the proposed drawings and floor plans presented to the congregation on September 12th.  These plans are not blueprints and represent ideas which will be later refined after the campaign commitments have been tallied.  The leadership of KBC is committed to NOT incurring significant long term debt.