Two-phase project that converts a former beverage-distribution company into a modern worship center. The 60,000 sf facility also houses a weekday childcare and preschool program. Phase 2 involves a traditional sanctuary.
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TSP completed a full planning study for this church that had undergone rapid growth of its congregation and helped it convert a former beverage-distribution company into a modern worship center. The office spaces in the 60,000 sf facility needed little retrofitting to match the church’s administrative and adult education program needs.
The two-phase design project that followed remodeled two large, open warehouses and the east half of an interior, three-bay loading area to repurpose those spaces for ministry and education. Phase 1 included a contemporary worship center for up to 600 people, a narthex for fellowship activities, and dedicated classrooms to host religious education for kindergarten through 12th grade and a licensed childcare and preschool program during the week. Those included security enhancements for the childcare and Sunday school programs.
Click here to watch a one-year anniversary video with time-lapse views of the building’s transformation.