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By Martin Purdy, Fred Lawson

The sensible layout and improvement of current and new churches has confronted expanding calls for - either ecumenical and fiscal in beginning - in the course of the western international, as church buildings have attempted to evolve to the gigantic social alterations of the second one 1/2 the twentieth century. the writer of this paintings goals to supply a strategy for the production and improvement of church buildings and chapels which recognizes the common layout standards followed via architects prior within the century, but allows either architect and user/client to solve glossy sensible issues

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Either option could involve existing or totally new buildings, depending on circumstances: 1. 2. If existing buildings form all or part of the exercise, it must be determined which are to be kept and in what manner. If the church or chapel is to develop mainly in new buildings, or be part of a larger development, the design options, in diagrammatic form, must be assessed. This stage of the feasibility study may indeed be involved with testing out a variety of the above combinations. Whatever the situation, the following factors need to be decided: 1.

1 Identifying specific issues Establishing the framework A feasibility study is therefore of particular importance: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. To identify a theology for building. To clarify the pastoral, social and financial framework which determines the building. To list the needs, resources and constraints of the exercise. To determine the size and scope of the design problem. To assess ways and means of reaching a satisfactory and creative solution. To suggest, analyse and evaluate different options open to the client.

A useful guide to the conducting of a survey can be found in Appendix ( } A of Faith in the City - A Report of the Archbishop of CanterĀ­ bury's Commission on Urban Priority Areas (London, Church House Publishing, 1985). (a) Congregational survey Where applicable, list: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Present church membership, including an approximate analysis of its age, socio-economic structure and proximity of members' homes to site. Trends of membership. Present services held and numbers attending. Church-led educational, social and recreational activities.

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