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Pennsylvania Church Growing into Land Purchased Long Ago

Grove City Alliance Church in Grove City, Pennsylvania, has been serving their community and two nearby colleges since the 1930’s.  In their early years, visionary church leaders bought land for future church growth and campus expansion.  Now, the church is averaging around 1,000 in worship each week and they are running out of space and parking for their growing ministry.

Grove City Alliance is asking Cogun, a company that designs and builds church facilities, to help develop a master plan for their campus.  Both Cogun and Mantel Teter Architects will team up with Grove City Alliance to devise an entire site plan that will make sure the church has enough room to accommodate their ministry now and able to be adapted for future growth.

“I am excited to be working with a church so grounded in God’s word and committed to prayer and seeking His direction for their future. God has raised up a great group of leaders at Grove City Alliance including Pastor Dick LaFountain and Pastor Paul Goodman.,” says Randy Ongie, Cogun’s Project Consultant for the project.

Cogun helps churches with the opportunities of expansion and has partnered with over 670 projects in 33 states.  Cogun partners with independent architectural firms to design and build church facilities that accommodate dreams and desires.  Cogun manages the entire process, from pre-design to post-construction services, and with their development expertise and industry partner relationships, Cogun is helping churches expand.

For more information, please visit www.cogun.com.

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