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Eastside Community Church

Working with the congregation and leading them through a discovery process, WDM Faith Architects helped this growing east Wichita congregation develop the concept and master plan for their new facility. Phase I developed a 26,000 square foot worship facility providing for 400 members initially, with growth potential to 600. Phase I also included space for fellowship, youth education, administration and a combined cafe/bookstore. These spaces exhibit an architectural lodge environment using heavy timbers with rustic connections, a stone hearth centerpiece, and ‘water features’ to communicate a natural approach to worship.

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