Among forward-thinking church leaders, accommodating families is a top-of-mind priority.
When your church doesn’t have the resources to build additional facilities for youth ministries, what are you to do?
The new facility at Rhema Bible Church will foster authentic connections through thoughtful, relevant design.
By Paulla Shetterly Some among the next generation of believers have become disillusioned with the traditional worship environment. Because of this, we, as designers, have had to rethink how we address the needs of today’s culture without repositioning the timeless truths of the church. It’s a tactical process often involving theming worship and student environments. […]
Sometimes, renovation or expansion makes more sense than new construction.
Today’s carpet can be made from recycled materials, and are readily recycled at the end of their lifespan.
Not all expansion needs are the same. For some churches, maximizing the space they have is the most sensible option.
An outreach-minded Massachusetts church creates four bedrooms in the church — using room dividers — so that families in need have a safe, warm place to sleep.
When it comes to interior elements in a worship space, a pulpit speaks perhaps the loudest.