Showing posts from October, 2018
On June 27, 208 the Warren Ave. Presbyterian church workgroup met and made a number of decisions: 1. The organization will be named Saginaw Collaborative, Inc. 2. The Statement of Purpose was formally approved 3. The corporation will be non-stock 4. Organizers are: Jim Williams, Vanessa Brooks-Herd, Catherine Macomber, Evelyn McGovern, Charles Coleman, Roger Scovill, and Debra Davis. 5. It was resolved that Rev. Williams would be designated as the authorized person to file the Articles of Incorporation.

Saginaw Collaborative, Inc. - Starts

Statement of Purpose: To provide a downtown community enrichment center to be used by various organizations to offer safe educational, recreational, and social services for Saginaw residents of all ages. History: Warren Avenue Presbyterian Church (WAPC) has served Saginaw for over 150 years. Over the years the church has served as a food bank, soup kitchen, clothing bank, and youth center. It's over 20,000 square feet are comprised of classrooms, offices, a sanctuary, gymnasium, stage, meeting rooms, and kitchens.  As membership and resources dwindled one by one community services were relocated. The Congregation can no longer support the upkeep of the building and will discontinue worship services on November 25, 2018. Project Summary: The building, which is owned by the Presbytery of Lake Huron, can serve as a home to Saginaw non-profit organizations providing services to the community. Women of Colors currently occupies space in the building and is looking to expand. Severa