VISION is the building and expansion program for the AFLC Schools. As the AFLC Schools have grown and developed over the years, plans and strategies have been put into place to envision larger student bodies in both the Bible school and seminary, along with buildings to accommodate growth.
The ultimate goal of the VISION program is to provide facilities and resources to enable the growth and continuation of the mission of our schools, which is, “To establish students in the eternal and inerrant Word of God, for a life of faith in Jesus Christ, and faithful service in His Kingdom.”
Throughout the years, several phases of VISION have been established that include seminary housing, a student center, a gymnasium, and student dormitories.
The master plan (shown below) includes future development of a gymnasium and two dormitories. The inclusion of these buildings would bring the enrollment capacity of on-campus students to approximately 300.
Phases 1 and 2
Building, site work, permit & contractor fees – Completed in 1999
First seminary housing building – Completed in 2000
Student Center (Heritage Hall) – includes classrooms, library, music area, offices, and cafeteria – Completed in 2004
Second and third seminary housing buildings – Completed 2006 and 2007
Phase 3 – Current Phase
Gymnasium – Approximately $5,000,000
New 100 Student Dormitory – Approximately $5,000,000
These estimates include site work and fees.
Another 100 Student Dormitory
Computer Generated Models
August 23, 2017
The Free Lutheran Schools have made significant progress toward the construction of a gymnasium and dormitory on its campus in Plymouth, MN. This progress includes the formation of a new building committee and the reception of a large seed gift from an anonymous donor.