Our members look forward to the day when we have our very own facility, but until then, this is a great place to call home.
Wentzville, MO (PRWEB) October 13, 2008
A willingness to assist the community has made it possible for the Element Church to move into space in a building owned by brothers Darain and Cory Atkinson, owners of the Atkinson Group of companies, which includes U.S. Fidelis, one of the nation's leading providers of extended automobile warranties.
The Element Church, started three years ago by Erik Lawson had been renting space at the Chesterfield YMCA. Darain Atkinson, a member of the church offered the use of the space in his Crossings at Wentzville complex to make it more convenient for its members to attend services.
"We are so grateful to Darain and his brother for opening their hearts to us," said Eric Lawson. "Our members look forward to the day when we have our very own facility, but until then, this is a great place to call home."
The goal of the church is to purchase and occupy their own space as soon as they are financially able. Church leaders are hoping to actually acquire space from the Atkinson group in the west wing of the Crossings at Wentzville complex and make it their permanent home in the very near future.
US Fidelis is a faith-based company, specializing in extended warranties that deliver peace of mind protection from high auto repair costs. The company uses its proprietary software to research hundreds of warranty plans from the top-rated insurance providers. A commitment to integrity and excellence has positioned US Fidelis as an industry leader in customer service and sales. US Fidelis stands behind every warranty with a commitment to treating every customer with honesty and integrity. Headquartered immediately outside St. Louis MO, the company houses a call center employing more than 650 dedicated warranty professionals. For more information visit http://www.usfidelis.com.