A paradigm shift is taking place in the design, construction, funding and use of church buildings.

NCI-Roberts and our partner Building God’s Way recently presented a seminar, “REAL Church Buildings,” to explore this shift – and share how relevant architecture and technology, economically sustainable building solutions, adaptable and flexible spaces, and links to community are making an impact.

The seminar was recorded in early October at Blackhawk Church in Middleton, Wisconsin, and is available for online viewing for those who weren’t able to attend.

In the recording, Matt Roberts, lead pastor and founder of The Genesis Project in Ogden, Utah, shares how he transformed his church into a financially sustainable facility that operates seven days a week as a full-service event center, coffee shop, daycare, and youth center as well as houses various community service organizations.

Don Mahoney, partner architect at Building God’s Way, also provides an overview of the revolutionary Building God’s Way approach that cuts construction costs by 20 to 30 percent and integrates biblical stewardship, relationships and outreach.

Register to receive a link to the presentation via email, or read more about our partnership with Building God’s Way.

If you are interested in attending a similar seminar in the fall of 2017, send us an email, and we’ll make sure to keep you updated.

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