As churches continue to reach out to the community, they are realizing the value for spaces that can be used for many different activities and functions. Many of today’s growing churches are leading the trend in multipurpose (ie. mega church) facilities.
Churches by Daniels is experienced in mega church construction, where churches build facilities that are versatile and can be used for many different types of ministries. Typically it is an economic issue related to how much money is available to build.
Churches have found the answer to their space problem by building a multipurpose facility. The three churches in the examples below are greatly benefiting from their multipurpose facilities. Each found different ways to reach their community by having a space with flexibility.
- Victory Christian Center – Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Rhema Bible Church – Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
- Word of Life – Mississippi
Multipurpose Church Facilities
Although each of these churches have different ministries, different needs, and are all different sizes; they each found solutions to their space needs through a multipurpose facility. The major benefits of multipurpose facilities are their flexibility, and the amount of use that a church is able to get out of them. They are not facilities that are going to be dormant five out of the seven days of the week. Rather, they are buildings that enable a church to use every square foot of space towards accomplishing their ministry goals.