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Impact has a $430,000 goal by 2023 to save for our home. The leaders are praying that you'll join the journey of spiritual growth God has us both our church body and individuals - opposed to viewing it as simply a monetary transaction. God calls his people to follow him in God sized vision. He is as focused on developing our relationship and growth in him as meeting the goal of His vision. If you have any questions please forward them to

  • Impact is looking to purchase or lease space. Impact is not only looking to purchase space. The main need is approximately 15,000 square feet available - 7 days a week.

  • No. The OC has been incredibly generous to allow Impact to rent the gym and community rooms monthly for Sunday mornings and as needs arise. Neither party is contracted more than a month.

  • We are at a risk of outgrowing the Kid’s classrooms. There is ample space for adults in the gymnasium, but the kid’s classrooms are running out of room. The OC is a community building that opens to the general public at 11a, which keeps Impact from finding other creative space in the building to safely make kids classrooms in hallways or open areas. 

  • On March 13, 2022 there was $129,000 saved. We will update regularly.

  • $300,000

  • $430,000 is the savings goal for seed money towards a location.

  • It is difficult to determine an amount needed for a new building, infill on a warehouse, or infill on a rented building. The market is volatile right now, and guessing if the market will go up or down is a science people make a living doing. We estimate at current prices that it will take a minimum of $2,000,000 for a 15,000 square foot building. That amount is a great starting point.

  • Impact went to banks in August of 2021 to be preapproved on a loan to offer on a building if one came available. 3 banks advised Impact to save 20% down payment before being able to be preapproved. Most parties receiving an offer on a building won’t take the offer seriously unless Impact Church is preapproved.

  • Yes. The location and resources are the only thing keeping Impact from moving into it.