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  • No! That is the cost of the total project, of which we already have $10 million in pledges. The budget for the project which includes a new church, Multi-purpose center/ gymnasium and the required infrastructure enhancements is $18 million.

  • The Archdiocese of Miami required that we raise $10 million in pledges before we made a public announcement of the project. During this” Silent Phase”, individual donor meetings were held, resulting in the stated pledges.

  • The total cost includes the following:

    • Building of the new church (including Albertson Hall & Blessed Sacrament chapel), a multi-purpose center/gymnasium, a new plaza and perimeter road and all infrastructure upgrades.
    • Demolition of the old church, Albertson Hall, and the PK3 classrooms, as well as the chapel
    • Repair of current roads including drainage
    • All soft costs such as permits, architectural, engineering and contractor fees, liturgical items and furnishings.
  • The academy will build and fund a new PK-3 classroom building. This is not part of this $18 million.

    • Our community has surpassed its capacity of 398 people. The academy has 500 students plus 63 faculty/staff, and the religious education program has 600 students plus 100 catechists. Some masses are “standing room only”, especially during Easter and Christmas.
    • Facilities are greatly deteriorated and don’t meet current code.
  • Its is impossible with our current structure to meet the new Village of Key Biscayne Code Requirements while addressing the vast amount of necessary repairs, infrastructure insufficiencies , capacity issues and to accommodate future growth.

  • Our current church will remain open during construction so services will not be interrupted.

  • It is our intention to try to use our stained glass throughout the church. Our architects will be working on assessing the current condition of the windows and utilizing the viable ones in the design.

    • Our parish is very dynamic and continuously growing. We need more space for meetings, events and retreats.
    • Most Catholic schools in Miami have a gymnasium. Today, our academy students are bused 26 miles away to play home games and others school teams do not want to commit to playing at St. Agnes as we cannot offer a solution for the frequent rainouts of our sporting events.
  • Every building at St. Agnes that we enjoy has been because of the generosity of those that came before us. Rarely do we have the opportunity and privilege to accommodate the current needs of our parish and leave a legacy for future generations.

  • Maximum of 4 years which can be paid monthly, quarterly, annually or one lump sum by ACH, credit card, wire or stock transfer or in-kind donation.

  • Before the end of 2019; The Archdiocese requires all $18 million in pledges before we break ground.

  • You may call 305-361-2351 ext 207 or email capitalcampaign@stagneskb.org.

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