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THE STONE WORSHIP CENTER AND AUDITORIUM
For many years The Christian Village at Mason only held a Sunday evening chapel service. Growing attendance at this evening service required the addition of a morning service. Now that morning service is nearly always full, limiting future growth and making it increasingly difficult to seat everyone who wants to worship with wheelchairs, walkers and scooters.
The Stone Worship Center and Auditorium will help us better serve our residents and reach more in the name of Christ. With a total cost estimated at $2.85M, the Stone Center will be a beautiful and practical addition to our Christian retirement community, helping us better serve our residents and reach more in the name of Christ. We need your help to make this possible.
You can help us reach our goal of paying for the Stone Center from donations generated through fundraising.
You may mail your designated Stone Center gift to Christian Village Communities, care of Larry Monroe, at 411 Western Row Rd., Mason, OH 45040. For gifts involving RMDs (Required Minimum Distribution) from an IRA, gifts of life insurance and property or for information needed for employer-matched gifts, please contact CEO Larry Monroe at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 513-701-3435. Christian Village Communities is a 501 (c) 3 not for profit.
Honoring Sam and Gwen Stone
The Stone Center will honor Sam and Gwen Stone for their lifelong Christian service. Sam was Editor of Standard Publishing for many years, ministered to Western Hills Church of Christ in Cincinnati, for decades served Cincinnati Christian University as Professor and Dean of the Graduate School, and is an author and national convention speaker.
Sam most recently has been a part of the teaching staff of Bright Christian Church in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Gwen loved everyone with whom she came into contact, and supportively served alongside Sam through the years. Shortly after Gwen’s passing in 2015, Sam became a resident at The Christian Village at Mason, where he continues to live out a life-legacy of Christian love and leadership, impacting the lives of others in Jesus’ name.
“The need to expand our existing chapel capacity by building the Stone Worship Center and Auditorium is particularly inspiring to me as the CEO of our faith-based organization because it speaks to one ultimate measure of our success: the spiritual vibrancy of our community demonstrated by the increasing number of residents who desire to participate in worship.”
– Larry Monroe,
President and CEO of Christian Village Communities