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The Stages

Four general stages will lead us to the Grand Opening of Mozaik. The property-acquisition-and-planning stage will last through March 2021.

The pre-construction phase will last at least through May 31, 2021.

The construction stage is projected to last into September 2022. And the closeout stage will run on through the mid to late fall of 2022.

We are currently in the third stage. For this stage, we need a total of $180,000 by Nov. 30. To help us reach this goal, click here.

Our overall project financial need is $1.5 million. We are thankful for what God has done and what God will do.

Stage 1

Property Purchase, Permits, and Planning Fees

We have purchased the property, worked with the architect on building plans, and have applied for the necessary building permits with funds raised thus far. Thank you to everyone who has enabled us to complete this critical stage!

Stage 2

Preconstruction

During this stage, we procured the funding for the materials and labor for construction, which is scheduled to start June 1, 2021. The goal of $150,000 was reached, thanks to the generosity and investment of donors around the world. We are deeply humbled and grateful. 

Stage 3

Construction

Once the rough construction is completed, a payment of $180,000 will be due, currently projected to be on November 30 2021. Subsequently, the fine construction work will begin, with a $350,000 payment at the 

end of January,  2022.

Stage 4

Closeout

This stage will be constituted of the building inspection; issuance of the usage permit; occupancy; post-project review, ensuring that all contractual agreements have been fulfilled; the project-completion report; and outfitting. For this phase, $200,000 is needed by October 31, 2022.

Stage 5

Grand Opening!

We hope you will be able to celebrate with us, in person, when we reach this stage. Tentatively, October 22, 2022 will be the date for this grand opening event as we see what God has done and look forward to what he will do through the Mozaik Cultural Center.