IN HISTORIC HINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, THE RENOVATION OF A 1960S CHURCH UNIFIED TWO SEPARATE BUILDINGS WITH A GLASS CURTAIN WALL AND TOWER MARKING THE ENTRY FROM THE PARKING AREA. THE CONGREGATION EXPRESSED A NEED FOR EXPANDING THE SANCTUARY AND NARTHEX SPACES, AUGMENTING THE SOCIAL HALL, AND PROVIDING CLASSROOMS AND A NURSERY FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL. DEVELOPING A MASTER PLAN FOR THE CHURCH’S NEW CAMPUS, BFE LOCATED THE NAVE, NARTHEX, AND SACRISTY IN A NEW STRUCTURE, WHILE RENOVATING THE EXISTING CHURCH TO HOUSE THE FELLOWSHIP HALL, THE CHURCH OFFICES, AND CLASSROOMS. THIS NEW MASSING PROVIDED AN OPPORTUNITY FOR CREATING A CHURCH WITH A STRONGER VISUAL PRESENCE.

HOUSE OF PRAYER LUTHERAN CHURCH: HINGHAM, MA

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