You need More Space!
More worship seats More kids space More parking More lobby
How large of a building?
To determine the new building size, multiply the number of desired seats times 50 square feet per seat. For example, 500 seats equates to a 25,000 square foot, fully functioning church building (includes worship space, lobby, children’s areas, youth ministry space, and offices).
What can you Afford?
The size project you’re church can afford is the sum of its current cash, available equity in real estate assets, donations that can be raised in a capital campaign, and the amount of a loan you can qualify for. But knowing these is not clear.
If your church has reached 500 weekly attenders (adults and children combined), then you can likely afford to purchase your a permanent property. If you sign up below for a telephone consultation, we’ll show you what your church can afford before you start seeking property! Here is what you will learn during our call:
- You’ll learn the cost to renovate an existing building or the cost to develop a new building on undeveloped land.
- You’ll estimate how much money your church will raise in a capital campaign.
- You’ll estimate how large a loan your church would qualify for.
- You’ll estimate the maximum building size you could accomplish.
- You’ll learn the timing for your future expansion project.
If you are interested in your personalized consulting session, simply provide us your name and we will be in touch.
After sending your information, you will be taken to the Road Ahead.