Facing east looking at the the front of the new building. The building itself will face west. On both sides of the building, there are accessible level entrance ways as well as an elevator inside.
Side View - Facing South
Facing south looking at the the left side of the new building. This side will be facing north towards Lee Highway. The cross on the side of the build is a back lit window visible from both the inside and the outside. This side has the entrance to the lower level of the building (where the offices, classrooms, storage, and multipurpose activity rooms will be). Outside, there is a patio area there, and a children's play area is further to our left and below the frame of view.
Top Down View
Facing down from above showing the general footprint of the building.
Side View - Facing North
Facing north looking at the the right side of the new building. This side will have the level entrance way to the second floor of the building.
Top Down View - Facing Southeast
Another view of the general footprint.
Sanctuary View - Facing Toward Stage (East)
View with the roof the the second floor removed. The gray wall closest to the bottom of the frame is a hanging removable wall which will separate the Sanctuary from the Fellowship Hall. The wall can be removed to expand the Sanctuary if extra space is needed. The Sanctuary itself can seat 250 people, and the fellowship hall can seat 100 people. The combined area can seat 350 people if the wall is removed. The room in the upper right of the Sanctuary is an audio storage room, the room in the upper right is a [name], the room in the lower left is a confidential prayer room with sound proof glass doors, and the room in the lower right is a crying room also with sound proof glass doors.
Sanctuary View - Facing the Back (West)
Another view from inside facing the opposite direction as the previous rendering. Here, you can better see the soundproof glass doors for the crying room, on the right, and the prayer room, on the left.
Sanctuary View - From Congregations Perspective (West)
Looking from the congregation's point of view. The stage is around 30' deep and around 20" high. The out cove along the back of the stage that extends past beyond the front wall of the sanctuary has glass on the sides which will provide additional light to the stage. The ceilings, at their highest point, are around 34' to give the space a very open feel.
Sanctuary View - From Stage's Perspective (East)
Looking from the point of view of the stage toward the congregation. In this rendering, the removable wall is gone, connecting the Sanctuary with the Fellowship Hall. The wall with the five windows is where the removable wall would have a track from which it would hang from and move along.
Sanctuary View - From Stage Left Perspective (North)
Looking toward the back lit cross window that faces Lee Highway. Here you can better see the window on the side of the out cove in the back of the stage.
Satellite View of Property and Surrounding Area
The main road running straight along the lower half of the image is Lee Highway. The large white building above Lee Highway on the right of the image is Wegman's grocery store. There is another small white strip mall below Lee Highway in the bottom center of the image. Our property is located in the wooded area directly to the right of that strip mall. This image is oriented with north at the top.
Satellite Point of View Rendering of the New Building
This is a view of what we will be building in the currently wooded mentioned in the previous image's and description. There is a service road that runs parallel to Lee Highway that connects to our parking lot on the right of the rendering. The parking lot has a little more than 100 parking spaces, five of which are handicap spots. In the triangle coming down from the bottom of this rendering, there is the play are that is next to the patio area on the north side of the building. This image is oriented with north to the right.
Super-Imposed Rendering On Satellite Image
This is a closer composite of the satellite view and the overhead satellite rendering of the new building. At the top of the image, you can see the parking lot of the strip mall right next to our property. This image is oriented with north to the right.