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Builder, Architect, and Generosity Guide Partner to help DC Metro Churches Planning to Build


Scott Long Construction, LeMay Erickson Willcox Architects, and Generis will hold their annual Building On Purpose seminar on October 4th for Northern Virginia, D.C., and Maryland churches.  The event which will be held at Ravensworth Baptist Church in Annandale, VA, will help church leaders prepare for the process of planning, designing, and building church facilities.  

During the event, church leaders will learn the factors to consider before designing and building,  potential obstacles along the way such as when and why a special exception is needed to build a church, why church projects often fail, the requirements to secure funding,  how to create a culture of generosity, and more.

“Every church builds or renovates for a number of reasons from outdated facilities to outgrown facilities.  The venue where our event will be held is a great example of a church that had outdated facilities and was in need of updating.  In late 2012, Ravensworth Baptist Church completed major renovations to their 14,000 square foot building.  Renovations included the creation of a community connections space with casual seating and a stone fireplace which now provides an environment for church guests and members to meet and fellowship between church services.  The renovation also included lobby, restrooms, classrooms, and handicap accessibility upgrades.  Having the event at Ravensworth Baptist provides attendees of our conference the ability to see firsthand what it means to Build On Purpose”, said John Scott, President of Scott Long Construction.

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