New Construction

Rachel Dawn Hayes · December 29, 2017
Milestone Church creates an oasis for community and worship at their Keller, Texas campus relocation with a stunning new facility.

By Cathy Hutchison · December 29, 2017
How a practical building infused with story won a neighborhood and earned approval in a city with tight building restrictions.

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

Deborah Ike · April 10, 2017
Facility construction isn’t an inexpensive endeavor. Here are strategies to prepare a church to embark on the journey.

WFM Staff · January 14, 2016
First United Methodist Church of Blueridge, Texas, builds a 10,250 square foot facility using traditional wood framed permanent modular construction.

Alison Istnick · December 03, 2015
As the Church we are wonderfully diverse. Take a look at two completely different facility designs. One restoration of a faded building, brought back to shine again for its community, and another crafted by using the latest in design elements for a perfectly modern chapel to serve the Bay Area.

Rachel Dawn Hayes · October 01, 2015
If launching one or more additional campuses is on the radar for your church, here’s a brief look at some areas to consider to help you develop a multi-site plan that can be implemented with confidence.

By Rachel Dawn Hayes · August 10, 2015
A heart for community moves a traditional Tulsa church to branch out in a very contemporary way.

By Rachel Dawn Hayes · July 20, 2015
Colored carpet pathways, bold campus signage—both inside and out, a newcomer-oriented website and an abundance of glass walls, are just a few of the ways Preston Trails Community Church is helping people—not familiar with churches, feel expected and accepted.

By Rachel Dawn Hayes · April 08, 2015
A look into the new Chapel at Church of the Highlands.