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Knowledge to navigate the intersection of church culture, leadership, ministry, and facilities.

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Church Design | interior design

10 Ways to Maximize Your Church Lobby

By: Greg Snider
July 12, 2018

The primary purpose of a church building is to provide a place for two things to happen: an opportunity for people to encounter God, and the chance to build meaningful relationships with others. These two needs for reverent space and relational space can be met through the physical layout and design of the building. In this post, we'll look at how to maximize your lobby to create relational space.  

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Church Design | interior design | signage

5 Things Every Church Needs to Know About Signage

By: Shannon Jirik
October 19, 2017

Proper signage and branding are critical to a positive experience at church, especially for newcomers or first-time visitors. Think about it. How could we possibly navigate a large airport or hospital without relying completely on the signs around us? It would be a terrible experience. 

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Making Space for Millennials Executive Summary

Making Space for Millennials Executive Summary

Discover the impact Millennials' values, allegiances, and assumptions will have on your church.

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Church Design | church building | interior design

4 Trends in Church Architecture and Interiors

By: Marian V. Liautaud
May 04, 2017

Church architecture and interior design is always evolving. If you’re embarking on a church building project, here are four trends that are hot—and two that are not:

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Church Design | Project Profiles | church facilities | interior design

The One Space Churches Won’t Invest in That Could Reap Big Rewards

By: Lynn Pickard
August 17, 2016

It’s one of the least thought about spaces in the church. No one wants to spend money to update it. As a matter of fact, no one even really wants to talk about it. Know what it is? It’s not the storage closet or the coat rack. It’s the church office!

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