How do you know if it’s better to build new or expand your current facility? In this toolkit, you will […]
By John Van Houten and Jamie Benvenuto We are thrilled to share that St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church has been […]
Three projects, St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church, Mary Free Bed YMCA and Mercy Health St. Mary’s Cafeteria, brought home awards from AIA Grand Rapids.
Is your worship facility working for you? Will it still be working 20 years from now? Planning ahead can help […]
This is the second part of a three-part blog series focused around unique ways that worship facilities can work to attract new members.
The most successful church expansions are ones that support specific ministry goals. Unique ways that worship facilities can work to attract new members. This is part one of a three-part blog series focused around unique ways that worship facilities can work to attract new members.
Churches often have preconceptions about what their space needs, without understanding the impact space can have on the experience and performance of the environment.
Like a town square, the hub is sized to support the surge of all ministries gathering, and provides an inspiring experience that creates areas of intimacy and opportunities for social activity.
Multi-generational spaces are a key element in remaining relevant within the community at large and within the worship community.
It was truly an honor to celebrate this project with Appleton Alliance Church and also our partner, Boldt Construction.