Where should the church go?

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Title: Where should the church go?
Author: Robertson, Kreg Wayne
Abstract: Prefabricated component parts can be used to design a church facility that is not only inexpensive , but also endows a sense of spirituality . The facility is a church that will accommodate 100 - 150 people . In addition to the chapel , the facility will house offices , a lobby , a kitchen , and storage . Design a building for a church that is in the early stages of development . The building will use minimal economic expense to create a church that becomes the vehicle to evoking spirituality . The church as a facility has become commonplace . Many different denominations are building churches throughout cities . In most cases , these churches are built with little or no concern for spirituality in space . The design of churches using prefabricated metal buildings has removed the church from the category of being an extraordinary building , as was the case in European history , to becoming average architecture . Great architecture can be done using inexpensive means .
URI: http : / /hdl .handle .net /2346 /11192
Date: 1997-11


Robertson, Kreg Wayne Where should the church go?. Master's thesis, Texas Tech University. Available electronically from http : / /hdl .handle .net /2346 /11192 .

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