Worship Center

Some articles on worship center, center:

Tellepsen Builders - Notable Houston Projects - Churches
... Prince of Peace Catholic Community Worship center with seating for 1,400 featuring massive wood beams and exposed wood decking St ... Martin's Episcopal Church Worship center with customized wood pews and gray slate floors with seating for 1,400 First Baptist Church, Pasadena Two-story multi-purpose building to house ... Church is the second largest Christian worship center in the United States ...
Hunter Street Baptist Church - 1990s Through Today
... On January 16, 1994, Hunter Street Baptist Church dedicated a new 1600-seat worship center, as well as more Sunday School classroom space and a new music suite ... The worship center was renovated and expanded in 2000, bringing the seating capacity to around 1950 ... Additional construction projects have included a recreation center built in 1997 called the R.O.C (Recreation Outreach Center), a building for high school and junior high ...
Willow Creek Community Church - Worship Center
... Willow Creek's state-of-the-art Worship Center (completed in 2004 at an estimated cost of $73 million) seats 7,095 people, making it over twice as large as the Kodak Theater in Hollywood and one ... The Worship Center also has innovative dual, stacked-deck balconies ...
Carlton Pearson - The New Dimensions Worship Center
... In June 2008, the New Dimensions Worship Center moved its meetings to the All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa ... On September 7, 2008, Pearson held his final service for the New Dimensions Worship Center, and it was absorbed into the All Souls Unitarian Church ...

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    Eleanor Roosevelt (1884–1962)

    Freedom of speech is of no use to a man who has nothing to say and freedom of worship is of no use to a man who has lost his God.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)