The work of Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church and Taborspace depend on the generosity of hundreds, even thousands of people like you. When you click this link you will be given the opportunity to help with one of three key programs:
1. ANEW Divorce Support Groups – we have been offering divorce support groups twice a week for 13 years, for people going through this life-changing crisis in their lives. Several thousand people have found their new lives through this program.
2. Historic Building Fund – This building was built in 1910 and has been a landmark of the neighborhood ever since. It has from the beginning been a partnership of church and community in order to provide sacred space and a community center. It is showing its 100-year-old-plus needs. Can you help?
3. General Ministry Fund – Your donation to this category is an undesignated gift for the church and Taborspace to use as the board has need. It may not be flashy, but this work cannot continue without all the support this fund offers.
No matter which fund you choose to support, your gifts can be controlled by you online, as a one-time gift, or a regular gift as you follow the instructions on the website.
Please help us save the building for generations of connection!
Help us raise money to save this historic building in the Mt Tabor neighborhood built in 1910. In a time when many historic buildings are being torn down and replaced, we are dedicated to keeping this building open for the community we love. Taborspace currently serves the community seven days a week, hosting thousands of community events each year. In addition, we are home to a church, a preschool, several non-profits, healers and artists. In order to continue our mission of “Creating Connected Community” we need you to help us Save This Historic and Sacred Building!
We are working to develop a building fund to pressing major projects and protect it for the coming decade. We anticipate our structural needs to be around $100,000 a year and this amount will be made up from many sources, including you!