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Die Freinsheimer Orgel neigt sich von der Wand - pack mit an!

In 2018, we will have to give our church and above all our organ a "fresh cell": We need to stabilizate our galley and to renew electrics and heating. We are dependent on donations to carry out our project.

M. Palm from Prot. Kirchengemeinde FreinsheimWrite a message

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In 2018, we will have to give our church and above all our organ a "fresh cell".

The reason for this urgently needed measure is that our organ has been moving away from the gallery for some time and is gradually becoming unplayable.

Statics have already studied the gallery and their construction. The substructure of the gallery weakens year after year. So we have to completely dismantle the organ, and after the stabilization of the gallery, we must rebuild it after a thorough renovation.

In the course of the review of the church, it has been shown that our entire electrical system is no longer in order and the lighting situation in the church is unsatisfactory.

The heating system, which is more than 30 years old, must also be completely renewed in this context. The dry air that blows our old warm air heating into the church is largely regarded as the cause of the damage we are now facing.

For our project, initial estimates of the architects' and specialist planners are available. We have to take around 460,000 euros in order to solve the worst problems. There is still no mention of a new interior finish.

The church community has built up reserves of almost 150,000 euros over many years, which we have to raise completely. Everything else we need to finance from donations.

We are dependent on your donation to carry out our project.
Thank you for your support!

Best regards
Martin Palm