Tim Songster, CEO of Cosco & Associates, joins Thom and Sam to discuss COVID-19 and your church building. Tim shares great insights for understanding how building usage and church space design is changing during the pandemic.
- How has COVID 19 changed the way your clients are using their buildings?
- What immediate and maybe obvious things are churches you are working with adding to their facilities due to COVID 19?
- What changes do you see coming in the design of various church spaces because of pandemics like COVID 19?
- Common areas?
- Children areas?
- Worship Centers?
- Small Group spaces?
- Youth spaces?
- New Spaces?
Resources mentioned in today’s podcast:
- Church Future Indicator
- Cosco & Associates
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