from Worship Facilities
What happens when your congregation keeps growing but construction costs are too high to properly build a new space? You get creative - by using what you’ve already got - and transforming it into something even better. Such was the case for Hollowell Church in Waynesboro, Pa., a rural community worship center that celebrated its first service in a newly transformed space last April-a remodeling project that dates back to 2005 when the church's leadership assembled a committee to investigate expansion. "We were looking toward outreach and building our congregation, and if you don't have anywhere for expansion, you're not going to do that," says Pastor Blaine Lougheed, Hollowell's pastoral team leader.
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