Every ministry is unique, and so is every architectural project.
The space you create for your ministry, whether new construction or a remodel, should reflect who you are and where you’ve been while also paving the way for who you are becoming and where you are going. At Station 19 Architects, we are committed to navigating that process with you with clarity.
Only in clarity can you set a course that’s uniquely yours. Only in clarity can you have the confidence that the decisions you make for your project align with the mission of your ministry. Only in clarity can you make decisions based on the life and vitality of your people and purpose.
Every ministry is unique. It’s not about whose space is more high-tech or what other churches or ministries are doing. It’s about your unique ministry vision. It’s about looking at where you are, where you’re going, and developing a plan that reflects that.
At Station 19 Architects, we spend time with ministry leadership teams, working with them to identify the right direction of their building project based on the uniqueness of their ministry. Based on half a century of experience in this space, we also help them identify roadblocks and specific challenges they’re facing for their building project. The clarity we help churches find gives them direction for their architectural project that reflects their heart and supports their mission.
As you begin conversations about the kind of ministry space you’re dreaming about, it is important to think about who you are and about what you need.
What you need may be different based on the facility you’re currently using and the space that you currently have available to you. For instance, we’ve walked with churches as they’ve discovered that they didn’t need to add a single square foot of space to their facility. Their need wasn’t for more space; they simply needed a vision for how to better utilize the space they had. We’ve watched ideas, expectations, and plans change throughout our planning process with churches, all with the clarity of a bigger vision for the Kingdom.
Great architecture takes clarity. Partnering with a team that can listen to who you are gives you clarity and the freedom to think differently about a building project. Your find direction that you otherwise wouldn’t consider. It helps you navigate the conversations and process of a building project in a way that reflects exactly who you are and what you need. Clarity is the first step for bringing a vision to life in a building project, while setting a course for your building project that’s as unique as your ministry.