Have you noticed that over the past 15 to 20 years, a large portion of the church sector has moved away from the traditional, “steeple-style” facility to a more modern, multi-purpose design?
Many churches are utilizing modern building facilities as a way to reach their community. These facilities are functioning to meet a plethora of needs in the community, instead of acting solely as a place for their people to gather on Sundays.
Throughout this shift in church building design, our team has been privileged to help hundreds of churches fund their next step of modernizing an older facility or building an entirely new one.
As we’ve shared a few of these stories this year, we’ve realized that pastors and church leaders are very interested in learning how other churches are overcoming their building challenges.
So, we decided to create a portfolio of some of the most unique facilities we’ve helped fund over the past year.
In our newest publication, The Modern Church Facility: A photo journal of four new church building projects, we created a portfolio of four churches’ architectural plans, artist renderings, and photos of their completed projects. We hope that this inspires you as you dream about the facility God would have your church build.
To get a closer look at four of the building projects we’ve worked on in the past year, check out our newest publication, The Modern Church Facility: A photo journal of four new church building projects.
The churches we chose to highlight are:
More Life Church – Newark, Ohio
Radiant Church – Jackson, Michigan
Believers Church – Chesapeake, Virginia
Victory Life Church – Battle Creek, Michigan
To get a closer look at these churches building projects, check out our newest publication, The Modern Church Facility: A photo journal of four new church building projects.
If there is anything we can do to help your church fund its next building project, please reach out to us. It would be our honor to serve your church any way we can!