Podcast Episode #411
Churches across America are facing facility issues ranging from lighting and code requirements to having too much space. Tim Songster from Cosco & Associates (ChurchDesign.com) joins us to discuss how best to deal with these issues.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- One of the primary ways churches are changing today is in the area of church facilities.
- LED lighting allows for more flexibility of control and greater savings on electricity.
- Churches are wanting smaller worship facilities to create more intimacy among worshippers.
- There is a willingness to invest in children’s space now like there hasn’t been in the past.
The seven key facility issues we cover are:
- Updating/Replacing Worship Centers
- Importance of Children’s Ministry
- Accessibility & Code Requirements
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