By Gary Zandstra · November 15, 2016
In the pursuit of creating a worthy facility, what elements must come together to create a sacred space?

By Michael Waddell · October 05, 2016
A dilapidated retail venue retains an industrial loft vibe, gains sustainability and is future planned for growth.

Andres Caamano · September 27, 2016
A look at Bethel World's expansion and master plan that includes a seamless capability to weave video into its worship.

By Cathy Hutchison · June 02, 2016
The ministry required a re-imagining of their children’s spaces to create continuity and provide a better experience for families with children.

Rachel Dawn Hayes · May 24, 2016
An older institutional space is revived to new life for Redeemer Presbyterian Church in the heart of downtown San Antonio. The fortitude of church leadership models how obedience is a calling met by God's faithfulness.

Jeremy Mika · March 31, 2016
With their feet in the present and their eyes on the future, one church creates a plan for a worship center designed for both present and future ministry with its expandable sanctuary space.

Rachel Dawn Hayes · October 05, 2015
Westover Hills designs an expansion to accommodate growth, almost doubling sanctuary seating as well as adding both community and education space, within the same footprint.

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
Interpreting the “DNA” of River Valley Church and reflecting it through the language of architecture and design has been a joy for Vanman Architects and Builders, which built the church’s newest campus in Shakopee, Minn. Through careful site placement, simple forms, natural light, views into the community, and maximized square footage, River Valley declares its vision through its facility.

WFM Staff · October 05, 2015
Joyful Church’s desire for a fresh vision of Christian architecture, led to their selection of Beck to design a new campus. Central to this vision was a design that expressed a strong symbolic Christian message, but that also incorporated traditional Korean symbols in a fusion of architecture, faith and culture.

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