Church Design

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.

Alison Istnick · December 29, 2017
A self-proclaimed ‘church for those who don’t do church,’ secures an old industrial building and constructs a new facility from the inside out.

WFM Staff · November 02, 2017
Knoxville-based architecture and design firm’s work on the Grace Baptist Church student ministry facility recognized by Worship Facilities Network with 2017 Solomon Award

WFM Staff · June 27, 2016
Here are nine houses of worship whose forward thinking designs are a showcase for modern construction.

May 09, 2016
When considering a church building project or renovation, the process – starting with a vision and making it a reality - is critical to its success! Our success is not only the building, it’s how we get you there!

Rachel Dawn Hayes · April 21, 2016
If being in community is paramount to the personal spiritual walk, isn’t it just as necessary for professionals in the realm of ministry?WFX REACH Raleigh encourages churches to learn from one another.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
With a unique “Worship Café” model, Florida Hospital Seventh-day Adventist Church reaches more than 200 congregants each week via video worship. In just six days, without any downtime in production, the church overhauled its new video system.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
Cedar Valley’s 1,800-seat worship center went from an inflexible 1980s worship space to a highly flexible and interactive worship space. The church can now accommodate choir, vocals, full band, baptisms, drama, and more with minimal effort.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
After acquiring a 40-year-old space for its new church location, Shepherd’s Grove turned to Mankin Media Systems to address acoustic challenges and introduce a state-of-the-art visual presentation.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
By expanding the children’s ministry space at Austin, Minn.-based Cornerstone Church, Vanman Architects was able to provide a larger lobby and wider circulation space for worship. In a neighboring secured bay in the mall, Vanman created additional bathrooms, a nursery, classrooms, and a children’s auditorium.