eighteen inch Journey Campus campaign
Our mission as the 18 Inch Journey is to see a generation empowered to live full, whole lives with the Trinity.
We have fulfilled this mission for the last decade with schools, retreats, and camps for all ages and over the past 5 years, our staff and schools have nearly doubled in size. Our vision for the 18 Inch Journey Campus Campaign is to develop our campus to support our growth as a ministry. Here you’ll find Goal 2 through Goal 5 of the 18 Inch Journey Campus Campaign, as well as the completed Goal 1. These represent our most immediate needs and will serve as the catalyst for fulfilling our long-term vision. We invite you to partner with us as we expand our campus and continue to grow the Kingdom of God.
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Cabin : Staff and Student housing
FUNDS NEEDED : $150,000
The third goal of the Campus Campaign is to build a cabin that can accommodate staff and students. As the 18 Inch Journey continues to grow, we desire to have more beds to accept more students. The Cabin will feature two private bedrooms and a communal living space and kitchen.
the pottery studio
FUNDS NEEDED : $100,000
A new pottery studio will provide our rapidly growing ceramics department with the space they need to keep creating. It will also make space for our potters in residence to comfortably teach our 18 Inch Journey students this craft. This new studio will be able to accommodate more wheels for throwing and additional shelves for pieces in process.
WOOD SHOP & EXPANDED SHIPPING ROOM
FUNDS NEEDED: $125,000
Begins Early 2020
Our online store is rapidly growing and our team now sends out product every day during the work week. The Shipping Expansion will provide the storage and work space our team needs to continue sending out orders around the world!
The Storehouse will welcome our first ever official Woodworking Studio onto the land. The Woodworking Studio will facilitate our desire to grow in the art of handmade wooden products and will create a platform for future 18 Inch Journey collectives!
FUNDS NEEDED: $500,000
The sixth goal of the Campus Campaign is to build a space specifically dedicated to worship. Worship has been a foundational pillar in growing the 18 Inch Journey from the beginning and is a powerful way we connect to the body of Christ all over the world. “No Longer Slaves” was born during worship at the 18 Inch Journey in 2012, and we believe that the Father has an endless supply of songs to give on this land!
The Worship Barn will be the largest building on the 18 Inch Journey Campus. Tucked away in the quiet of the woods, the Worship Barn will allow us to easily gather our growing community during our peak discipleship seasons with the sole purpose of worship. A space this size will open up countless creative opportunities for our ministry!
The Worship Barn will also be home to our Cageless Birds music studio. While our current studio has served us in smaller recording projects, it is wedged right in the hub of our other creative studios, making it a loud space to work in and impractical for recording. The studio in the Worship Barn will feature a space specifically for tracking and recording, and is the next exciting step forward for the Cageless Birds music collective.
WORSHIP BARN BLUE PRINTS
married couples lodge
FUNDS NEEDED: $250,000
The seventh goal of the Campus Campaign is to build a lodge that can accommodate married couples. As the 18 Inch Journey continues to grow, more and more married couples are requesting to participate, but we do not have proper housing for them. Our current housing is limited to male and female bunkhouses.
This apartment-style living space will allow us to consider couples for the school and will offer more space for married couples to stay together during our retreats. We project construction to begin in early 2020.
Ways to Support the 18 Inch Journey
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