I am a product of the Baby Boomer big worship center era. For many of us old guys, the formula for building a worship center was straightforward. We would project the church’s growth many years out and build a worship center to accommodate that growth in a single service.
Those days are ending.
The more common approach today is to build a worship center that will accommodate growth with multiple services, multiple venues, and multiple campuses. As a consequence, there will be no need for a large, single-service facility.
How did this change take place? Let’s look at six key reasons. Keep reading
Designing the Church as Today’s Town Square
Worship centers are going to get smaller and more multi-purpose. At the same time they are no longer going to serve as wedding chapels and reception halls for wedding receptions.