We're On The Move!
Save the Date: September 2!
The Cumberland is moving to it's new home
at Santiam and Pine!
Stay tuned for updates as moving day approaches!
Countdown to Moving Day
To preserve Albany's heritage
by restoring Albany's Cumberland church building
and to promote the social well-being of the community
by re-purposing it as a community events center.
Current News and Announcements
Here's what's happening
Do You Like Demolition?
We're Looking for Volunteers
Move date is September 2 - and there is a lot of work to get the Cumberland building ready! If you enjoy knocking through walls and getting a good workout pushing a wheelbarrow, this is your golden opportunity!
Work begins Saturday, July 24 and will continue through Saturday July 31.
Interested in helping out? Contact Joel Orton, firstname.lastname@example.org or (908) 413-5846
Our design team is led by Varitone Architecture and includes K&D Engineering, civil engineers, FEI Testing & Inspection, geotechnical engineers, and McGee Engineering, structural engineers. Gerding Builders LLC is the construction manager providing pre-construction services. The goal is to relocate the historic building to the recently purchased property at 520 Pine Street SE sometime this summer.
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The Cumberland Church building has recently been approved by the state of Oregon as a "Historic Building." Read the article in the Democrat-Herald here: https://democratherald.com/news/local/cumberland-church-officially-historic/article_2daf6e05-b6c4-5d1d-89e8-fb1f4b0e81ce.html#tracking-source=home-top-story-1
The Albany Landmarks Commission awarded the Cumberland a 2020 Preservation Award
The Cumberland Community Events Center purchased land from the city of Albany to relocate the Cumberland Church to 520 S.E. Pine Street.