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How formidable is our church building's threshold? Why would a stranger cross it and how can we offer an invitation to do so? Take a look at this week's blog.
Some heritage and 20th-century churches are in locations that would be sought after by severalretail chains. Could this be better leveraged for the church’s core business? Take a look at thisweek’s blog.
How are we experienced by the visitor? Read on...
Here we conclude our discussions about New vs Heritage buildings as a base for Church. Read on...
The third in our series of comparisons between new and heritage buildings. How do we make that welcoming first impression? Read on..
The second in our series of comparisons between new or heritage buildings. At St Aldates Oxford, the character of the heritage walls and roof have been made more apparent with lighting and paint, while the fully accessible new level floor is on
What serves the needs of a 21st century church better, a new building or a heritage building?  Do you have a heritage building that is inflexible and a costly liability to maintain, or perhaps you have a modern church centre that is bland and uninspiring? The public image of “church” in the Western world on
#onemilionchurches Instagram site has selected our recent photo of the rear of our St Aldate's Church 2003 entrance building as its weekly feature photo. See 
Mooroolbark Salvation Army Centre is a Finalist in the 2015 national Sustainable Building Awards to be announced in October.
The Salvation Army's newest building was designed by Studio B and opened on 15 November 2014. It provides a worship auditorium for 250, foyer cafe and kitchen with function room for 125, offices and interview rooms, and youth room.  The building is designed to provide comfort sustainably, offer a sense of welcome on entry and the auditorium is narurally lit without compromising screen presentaions.  Steve Black, the minister said, "It looks incredible. We're so glad to have such a great space to invite people around Mooroolbark to." 


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