Church Design Post COVID-19

GFF Church Works is honored to have our recent COVID-19 discussion on the church re-entry process featured in the following publications. Please follow the links to learn more about strategies for re-entry and contact us if you would like to further discuss specifics for your facility!

A Guide To Safely Reopening Church Facilities

Church Facilities Conference & Expo

The GFF Church Works Studio is a team of highly experienced design professionals who focus exclusively on the planning and design of faith-based facilities. For more information, please contact:

Stephen Pickard at stephen.pickard@gff.com

Jacquelyn Block at jacquelyn.block@gff.com

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Did you know that May is Historic Preservation Month?

Historic Preservation Month - Church Works + Historic Preservation Did you know that May is Historic Preservation Month? In honor of Historic Preservation Month, we would like to highlight some of the historic church projects we have worked on. First United Methodist Church Dallas Originally constructed in 1924, First United Methodist Church Dallas is an…
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Hear from our Designers – What’s new in Church Seating?

Furniture for church facilities has shifted in recent years.  Here are the trends we are excited about! 1     MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY: especially in Worship rooms. This supports a bigger trend toward smaller, more intimate room sizing with flat floors to accommodate not only Worship but also dinners, guest lectures, etc. The key to flexible, moveable…
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Need a New Church Facility? Consider Purchasing an Existing Building

When a church has outgrown its existing property or is starting a new campus, one of the first big decisions to make is whether to purchase land and build from the ground up or purchase an existing facility and renovate. The decision to renovate or build new has a significant impact on the overall project…