Jennifer Frazer and Troy Ferreira of Guidance In Giving, were honored to attend the dedication of the beautiful Hyland Center at The Cathedral of Christ the King in Atlanta, GA on November 24 along side Msgr. McNamee, Rector, Natalie Grasso, Director of Advancement and the parishioners of The Cathedral of Christ the King.
This new 52,000 square foot building replaces the original Hyland Center built in 1952. The opening marks a defining moment in the eighty-two year history of the Cathedral of Christ the King community.
The new building will serve both the Cathedral parish and the Christ the King School communities. Features of this new building are a regulation size gymnasium with a stage, assembly room, eight flexible classrooms, and two distinctive science labs, along with an expansive art room, acoustical music room, and broadcast studio. The building will support over one hundred ministries, as well as provide state of the art educational facility for the Christ the King School’s 560 students.
The Continue His Mission Campaign began in August 2017 to build the Hyland Center and raised over $28 million. Guidance In Giving partnered with the Cathedral after they had raised $14 million, raising the additional $14 million.
Every square inch of the new building is truly magnificent! Congratulations!