Poulsbo Celebrates 100 Years with School Groundbreaking

The Poulsbo Church recently celebrated 100 years of the Lord leading in the life of their church. Part of that celebration was the groundbreaking for a brand new school that will be housed on their current five-acre location. The new 5,000-square-foot school will have two classrooms and a multipurpose room.

In the past, the school has been limited to 20 students because of the size of its current facility. However, the school will now be able to accept more students from the church and surrounding community. Jerry Jones, pastor, stated, "We hope to make this school facility available to all in the community who would like to take advantage of a Christian education." Head elder Stan Sargeant is helping organize Seniors in Action for God with Excellence (SAGE) to frame the building in the near future.

June 01, 2004 / Washington Conference
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