In life, we all need a second chance. When we get one, we need to be ready to take advantage of it — No shortcuts, no excuses.
Rolling up our sleeves and getting to work, our goal is not only to take full advantage of the opportunity at hand to restore and refresh our campus, but also to positively impact the Woodlawn community of which we are an historic and integral part.
After having first removed the overgrowth from the front lawn, local workmen began this week power washing the façade and continued to tuckpoint the interior brick of the historic landmark church in order to insure not only the exterior beauty of Woodlawn’s cornerstone, but also its perennial stability.
In five years time, by your help and generous support, the Shrine of Christ the King will be restored both inside and out in order to stand strong for the next 100 years and beyond.
Help us prepare for our centennial in 2024 with your tax-deductible donation to restore Woodlawn’s cornerstone.
To find out how you can help by donating to the 6401 Woodlawn Heritage Foundation, please email our Project Manager, Rev. Canon Matthew Weaver, at firstname.lastname@example.org