WILLIAMS LAKE & LAND DEVELOPMENT

God has blessed Mobberly with a one-of-a-kind resource for reaching our community through recreation and hospitality. Through the Engage10K initiative, our opportunities for outreach will take on new dimensions with these additions:

+ Recreational fields to increase Upward Sports capacity

+ A covered pavilion for families and for group fellowship, with concessions and restrooms

+ A gazebo for weddings and other special events

+ An amphitheater for sharing Christ through worship and music in a large outdoor setting

+ Picnic areas to connect with others over meals

+ Walking trails to facilitate spiritual conversations and personal reflection while exercising

+ A north entrance to improve traffic flow

+ Williams Lake’s dirt trails and the adjacent parking lot have hosted multiple mountain bike, road bike and trail run events. In Spring 2016, one event featured approximately 200 participants.

+ Williams Lake is a popular catch-and-release fishing destination, drawing dozens of adults and kids every week.

“Upward Sports is one of Mobberly’s largest outreach ministries and has been a wonderful athletic program for my family and our community. We are ministering to parents and children by teaching Christ-like attitudes, positive sportsmanship and fun fellowship. As Upward continues to reach more people, we’re in need of more field space, lighting, permanent restrooms and concession facilities and more coaches.

Greg Williams

Upward Sports Coach

Williams Lake Improvements

These features, including a dock and amphitheater, will provide new opportunities for families and friends to spend time together, and opportunities to share Christ through worship and music.

Recreational Fields Pavilion

An opportunity for families and group gatherings, with concessions and restrooms.

Recreational Fields

A new recreational field has been built adjacent to the previously existing recreational field, doubling the opportunity to engage the community through Mobberly’s growing Upward Sports ministry, as well as field space for other recreational opportunities. This field was built through the generosity of a private donor.