Capstone Centre ~ now ready

Capstone signage

The Capstone Church building (old Co-op) is now ready. The builders have finished, the flooring is laid and the audio visual system installed, kitchen and toilets are ready and the painting completed. It is now time for all the dust etc from the refurbishment to be cleaned up. It is not too messy but does require a wash down in bits, a dusting or polish in other bits and the windows cleaned.

If you are free on Thursday at 2pm please come. Cleaning stuff will provided but feel free to take your own stuff: eg buckets, if you so desire. It is quite a large building and hopefully we will clean it all on the Thursday, but failing that we will carry over into Friday.

The car park at the side of the building has been smoothed out and is available for use with entry from Averon Road.

Architectural drawings

Floor plan shows the Capstone Church building. It shows a cafe at the front with the main church auditorium behind.
CapstoneFloorPlan (430kB)

Four 3D computer images of the Capstone Church building. Image 1 – looking down on the front of the building as though you where across the street in a 3rd or 4th story building. Image 2 – street level view of the building as though you where at the corner which leads down to the railway station. Image 3 – elevated view of the left hand side of the building where the car park will be. Image 4 – looking at both Capstone building from the entrance/exit of the doctors surgery car park
Capstone_3D-a (169kB)

3D computer image of the Capstone Church building and the Capstone Admin building. Street level view as if you are looking at both Capstone building from the entrance/exit of the doctors surgery car park
Capstone_3D-b (96kB)

3D computer image of the Capstone Church building from its car park.
Capstone_3D-c (105kB)

Parable of the vineyard

As the relgious leaders reject Jesus’ authority, he points to the old testment scripture which speaks of him. Psalm 118:22-23 “The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone;
the Lord has done this, and it is marvellous in our eyes”

Reading: Matthew 21:23-46
Sermon Points:
A: Two parables
B: Two responses
1) Receive the message
2) Reject the message
C: Two stones

Series: The Easter Story, 02 in the series of 5

Preacher: Rev Iain MacAskill
Preached: Noon Service, 10 March 2013

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