A connected family engages all members. The same is true for the church family. It takes the wisdom of seniors, the commitment of adults, the passion of youth and the innocence of children to be effective in ministry. The webinar discusses how you design relational spaces to reinforce this togetherness which builds a stronger church family. It also talks of how to recognize barriers within your facility and ministry that may limit your ability to be family-friendly. Do you feel your campus is family-friendly? Bruce Woody and Mark Ashcraft are leading architects in the nation, helping countless of churches from coast to coast. This webinar explores both the obvious and the not-so-obvious elements of church buildings.
Bruce Woody shares from HH Architects’s credo, “We Believe, We Serve, We Create.” Based in Dallas, this architecture and planning firm has done work around the country. This award winning firm has a commitment to quality and thorough understanding of planning for growth. It has attracted a wide range of clients with needs on both a small and large scale. For 48 years, they have provided architectural, interior design, strategic positioning and master planning services to clients ranging from churches to municipal entities to schools to corporate buildings. They approach projects from the client’s perspective. Building upon your image and identity, they strive for creative solutions that meet the project’s scope, schedule, and budget. They have developed an expertise in designing to a highly complex set of requirements and constraints; through this process, they provide a facility that meets and exceeds all of the owner’s expectations.
Mark Ashcraft is a senior associate of HH Architects. He serves as the Creative Director for the firm and has been blessed to work with many ministries during his eighteen-year tenure. He is passionate about sharing the strategic thinking behind faith-based design, how it shapes the user experience, and the importance of being ministry-driven in those efforts.