Pillar Project Underway on Campus
Posted on July 25, 2017
In a world where we are prone to forget the important events of the past, symbols and monuments serve as powerful visual reminders of people or events that have shaped our history. It’s no surprise that the Lord commanded Joshua for twelve stones to be taken from the middle of the Jordan and set as a memorial to future generations of God’s deliverance. (Joshua 4)
Just like the children of Israel, the Trinity Christian School community has seen God’s faithfulness over the years. To help us remember key spiritual principles that have been periodically and repeatedly prayed over this ministry, the construction of four pillars has begun on our campus. The pillars signify four spiritual foundations of the school: Faith, Integrity, Divine Wisdom, and Love.
A team of talented professionals with personal connections to Trinity is working diligently to see this project come to fruition. The group includes architect and alumnus Tyler Etris and contractor and former Superintendent Mike Staud. TC President and parent George McLaughlin is acting as project manager. Trinity Board member and parent Rodney Anderson and the crew at Anderson Excavating are overseeing the excavation and construction of the pillars. All the costs for this project have been covered through the generosity of donors.
Enjoy this slideshow showing the progress so far.
Update: As of September 30, 2017, the Pillar construction is complete! The landscaping phase and construction of the Warrior Walkway will begin in Spring 2018. Thank you to all who made this project possible with your gifts of time, talent, and resources.