christ fellowship, a fellowship of religious leaders and scholars, is raising money to help build a cathedral in Chicago that would be dedicated to the memory of a woman whose life changed forever when she died in the church.
The money is being raised through a campaign to help the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), which has the largest membership in the United States, in their efforts to renovate a church that has long been torn apart by racial, sexual, and gender discrimination.
It has also been a major target of criticism from civil rights activists, as well as from some who feel the church is no longer an authentic Christian community.
Christ fellowship has raised about $8.5 million to date, according to the campaign’s website.
The money will be used to build a new church building and expand the services at the existing church.
The first two floors of the building will be dedicated solely to the worship of the Lord Jesus Christ, the campaign said.
The third floor will be for “the celebration of the Gospel of Jesus.”
In addition to funding the building, Christ fellowship is also raising money through a special ticket sale, which will allow people to purchase a membership for as little as $50.
This means people will be able to attend the church for the first time, and will not need to pay for a ticket.
“The church is our home,” the campaign wrote.
“This is where we want to keep going.
This is our time.
This will be the place where we celebrate the Lord’s Supper.
This building will celebrate the faith of Christ.
This room will be our place to worship.
This church will be where the Lord is with us.
And we will be here, together.”
The church currently has a capacity of about 2,500 people, according the church’s website, and has been operating in Chicago since the 1950s.
The church was founded in Utah in 1852 by Brigham Young and the polygamists who were eventually led by Brigham’s son, Joseph Smith.
The LDS church has been active in the U.S. since 1852, and in the 1950’s, the church was the first and only American church to be recognized as a national religion.
In recent years, the LDS church’s leadership has faced criticism for a series of social issues, including its handling of gay rights and a decision to allow gay marriage.
But the church continues to attract followers.