Published June 13, 2017
PRINCETON—Hell is Real Ministries, a ministry center in Princeton has collected $40,800 of its $50,000 goal for a new building. The center originally had 90 days to complete fundraising, with a deadline of July 18.
The new center will be used to centralize the ministry, as it currently has offices in a trailer and its Joseph’s Storage Bin, a thrift store with inexpensive merchandise in a smaller storefront.
The building, built in 1914, was listed at $100,000. The ministry, however, not only countered with $50,000, but asked for 90 days to find the funds. Most of the money collected for the building has come from individual donors.