“This is the third year they have made an unsolicited donation to support our broad-based mission to act as caring stewards of our community and the earth,” he said.
Noting the financial contributions have been used to enhance their outreach efforts to support local social service agencies, Graham said the donations have also supported GCC’s Clean Energy Project. Recently completed in September with the installation of 204 solar panels on its campus, the multi-phase project also included installation of LED lighting fixtures and lighting control systems.
In looking to the future, Graham said he hopes GCC can continue to position itself as not just a “religious,” but a community, leader.
Gilford Community Church is an inclusive, open community,” he said. “We welcome believers and doubters, seekers and skeptics, young and old -- I have faith that this message will build bridges in our community and beyond.”