Chapel Builders of California

 Chapel Builders of California Website

 Chapel Builders of California is a Volunteer based ministry of the First Missionary Baptist Church in Fresno California. This ministry was started back in 1988 to help sister churches of like faith and practice with their building needs.  Our help consists of everything from repairs to new construction.    All funds for materials are the responsibility of the inviting church.  Our current head for this Ministry is a licensed contractor, He assist our churches with their pre building needs, as well as, organizes all the projects we take on.  This ministry is funded by the aide of our sister churches giving financial support to meet the needs of our ministry leader. Our sister churches also help by sending their members to the projects that we are working on. And by praying for us as we travel and do the Lord’s work.

We work together to make the buildings that we meet in, a place that lets our communities know that we love our Lord and Savior, becuase we believe that He deserves our very best.  Hopefully making our place of worship an inviting atmosphere, becuase our buildings are possibly the first impression on those that may want to come in to find out what we are about.  It is then our responsibility to share the Love of Jesus with them.

Sponsoring Church, First MBC Fresno, CA                                         Chapel Builders of California 

8839 N. Cedar Ave #55, Fresno, CA 93720   Ph. 559-435-1195   

Missionary Builders Richard & Robyn Wharton
Ph. 559-681-0908 
email: chapbuilder@gmail.com   Web site: http://www.chapelbuilders.com    

Builders of California

In the last few years we have had other churches here in California decide to join this work and have sent out builders from their body to help in this work.  We are so excited to work with these brothers and sisters.  All are worthy of your support, each building team supported through their local Church and offerings need to be sent to their supporting church.  We all covet your prayers as we work together.                              

 

© Richard Wharton 2012