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Modular Buildings For Churches: It’s Not As Difficult As You Think

As you know, recent supply chain problems have affected new construction in every industry. Now, even churches are choosing building alternatives, like modular buildings, over permanent structures.

That said, modular buildings for churches should not be seen as a “last resort.” For many reasons, they’re actually an excellent choice for every church. And we’re going to prove it to you in the guide below.

This guide lists several top ways that your church can benefit from modular buildings. For example, they’re great for either church expansion or starting a fully modular church. Modular buildings are always quick and effective for both long-term and temporary solutions.

But don’t just take our word for it. Read on to learn more about their amazing benefits.

Fully Modular Churches

Before we talk about expanding your current church, we want to address churches that don’t yet have a building of their own. For instance, many churches meet in the church leader’s house or at a multi-use campus, such as a school.

There’s nothing wrong with this, of course. But if your congregation grows, you’ll eventually run out of room.

Fortunately, modular buildings can be set up in less than a month. This is an excellent temporary solution while you raise money for a permanent church building.

Furthermore, modular buildings adhere to the same building codes as permanent buildings. In other words, they’re built to last for many years. Plus, they’re easy to repair.

Easy Church Expansion With Modular Buildings

For those of you who already congregate in a permanent building, the above benefits still apply. Here are the best and most common ways that churches benefit from modular expansion.

1. Overflow Sanctuaries

Is your current sanctuary too crowded during your church services? Set up modular buildings as overflow rooms where your congregation can watch the service on screens.

2. Various Services and Ministries

Even better, add an espresso machine and your overflow room becomes a cafe. Meanwhile, use other modular buildings for daycare, Sunday school, and teen ministry.

3. Temporary Buildings During Construction/Emergencies

If your building needs repairs, use modular buildings as a temporary sanctuary. Likewise, fire and natural disasters can suddenly ravage your building. It’s good to have one or more spare modular buildings on-hand to use when you need them.

4. Community Shelter

Speaking of emergencies, a forest fire can cause entire towns to suddenly lose their homes. If you have extra (modular) space at your church, you can provide temporary housing for displaced families. This can even be an ongoing ministry you provide to the homeless.

Learn More About Modular Buildings For Churches

These aren’t the only benefits of modular buildings for churches. Fact is, there are several unique ways that modular buildings can help your church in particular.

And we’re eager to discuss these solutions with you. Take some time right now to fill out our contact form. Or, call us at 813-855-0646 to speak with us directly.

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