St. Philip’s Sanctuary Restoration

St. Philips Episcopal Church in Harrodsburg, KY was completed in 1860. 
The church is historic for a number of reasons but the most notable being:
1. The building design is unique in the United States and mirrors a similar church in England.
2. It was used as a hospital in the Civil War. 

The building remains in good condition except the interior paint is peeling & chipping and looks unsightly. 
(Pictured below)


St. Philip’s leadership believes a grant can be secured for half of the estimated $31,000 to paint the sanctuary. 
We are seeking assistance with the remaining amount.  Our parish does not have the resources at present.

We would be so grateful if you could donate & help us restore this beautiful piece of history.

Sincerely – St. Philip’s Leadership.

*To see all the great things the people of our church do, feel free to check out our Website or Facebook page.*
(links below)

Facebook: facebook.com/stphilipsharrodsburg
Website: stphilipsharrodsburg.org

Donations


  • Gregory Yankey 
    • $200 
    • 6 mos
  • Nancy Caudill  
    • $1,000 
    • 6 mos
  • Emma Goodlett 
    • $100 
    • 6 mos
  • William Klun 
    • $200 
    • 6 mos
  • Karen Maxfield 
    • $100 
    • 6 mos

Fundraising team: St. Philip’s Episcopal Church (4) 


St. Philip’s Episcopal Church 
Organizer
Raised $300 from 2 donations
Harrodsburg, KY
Anne Donnally 
Beneficiary

Peter Doddema 
Team member
Jamie Wince 
Team member
This team raised $1,300 from 3 other donations.
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