Immanuel Lutheran Church

Mankato, MN | Government + Cultural

Overview

Main goals of the project:

  • A new church facility.
  • Have to be able to seat 300.
  • Full-time preschool included.

Unique challenges about this project:

  • Future expansion planned for a larger Nave to be built so current Nave was designed to be re-purposed into Fellowship Center under Phase II.
  • Lobby designed as current Fellowship Center until Phase II is completed.

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Main goals of the project:

  • A new church facility.
  • Have to be able to seat 300.
  • Full-time preschool included.

Unique challenges about this project:

  • Future expansion planned for a larger Nave to be built so current Nave was designed to be repurposed into Fellowship Center under Phase II.
  • Lobby designed as current Fellowship Center until Phase Ii is completed.
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