World Missions Park

World Missions Park is a beautiful park planned for the area directly behind the new EdenRidge Welcome Center. The park will feature an impressive natural rock outcrop, a pond, three waterfalls, a creek, a steel globe, as well as a number of walkways and benches. This artist rendering shows the park as seen from the deck of the Welcome Center. Add a cup a coffee while enjoying the view and... Wow!

All donors, other than those who wish to donate anonymously, will be listed on the park's webpage. Furthermore, those who give $1,000 or more will be listed on the welcome plaque near the park. 

 

Donors may choose to give on behalf of another person, such as someone they would like to recognize, or an organization such as a church, another ministry, or a business. Donors may also choose to give in memory of someone. 

Donations are 100% tax-deductible. 

14% of $50,000 goal raised

(as of 11/28/2020 / updated weekly)

The construction of World Missions Park is made possible thanks to generous donations received from the following individuals, churches, and businesses:

Donors

  • Dave and Juliane Clark

  • Oliver and Rachel Dossmann

  • Françoise Dossmann

  • Vaughn and Maralee Groen

  • Billy and Irma Jordan

  • Phil and Mary Smith

  • Bob and Cristy Tiedemann

Memorials

  • André and Denise Claye 

  • Daniel Dossmann 

  • Jean-Claude Dossmann 
  • Clark Groen 
  • Roger and Simone Guichard 

  • Robert and Louise Jordan

  • Willis and Lois Oglesby

  • Matante Henriette Ricur 

  • Wallace Edward Sibley
  • Fredrick and Hilda Tiedemann

Churches

Businesses

 

Pledge and/or

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EdenRidge

Mail: PO Box 1664, Fairfield Glade, TN 38558

Physical address: 4866 Hebbertsburg Road, Crab Orchard, TN 37723

(mail and packages are not delivered at our physical address)

tel: 920.538.2362 or 920.538.2947 | email: rest@edenridge.org

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