Design

By Amanda Opdycke · February 20, 2018
Seating selections can have a tremendous impact on how we learn, engage and share our knowledge with others.

By Gary Zandstra · February 20, 2018
What does your church smell like? Is it a pleasing aroma? Research shows that a visitor will be able to recall the scent from your service far longer than the look of the building.

By Cathy Hutchison · February 16, 2018
The Salvation Army’s new Wayne Bergstrom Center of Hope meets practical needs in Montgomery County.

Alison S. Istnick · February 15, 2018
Available in 4”, 5” and 6” apertures with deep-set optics for visual comfort these downlights are ideal for kitchen areas and bathrooms and are all compatible with Nora dedicated housings to meet energy rebate requirements.

Alison S. Istnick · February 01, 2018
WFX REACH is held in a church setting and provides the same educational elements of our national WFX Conference & Expo in 2 days, making it more affordable to get the training you need.

M Wagner · January 16, 2018
Windows can serve a variety of purposes in churches. What purpose do yours serve?

By Richard Flory · January 11, 2018
The popular view of California is of a liberal, godless region, a land of possibilities that is open to experimentation in all things. Despite this perception, California has more megachurches than any other state.

By Gary Zandstra · January 09, 2018
In the pursuit of creating a worthy facility, what elements must come together to create a sacred space?

Alison Istnick · January 05, 2018
In the pages of Worship Facilities Magazine we crafted stories surrounding some of the countries most creative church projects. We've gathered them together here - just in case you missed these designs of excellence.

By Cathy Hutchison · December 29, 2017
A fresh approach in design succeeds in expanding this timeless church ministry with modern elements and a more welcoming contemporary feel.