It’s an incredible thing to be a part of when a community rallies together around a project of goodwill. People volunteering their time and giving their resources to build something for the community. Recently we had the opportunity to contribute our remodeling and construction expertise to one of these projects as Foursquare Church in Puyallup, Washington opened a new location. Seeing people sacrifice their time and resources to build something that innovative and beautiful is such a rewarding experience for us.
The project involved the renovation of a building that used to be Albertson’s into a church that is now filled with people of all generations loving and serving the community around them. We worked with other local companies and community leaders to organize the project and give input in helping carry out the creative vision of the lead pastor, Roger Archer. Who would ever dream of a full scale tree house in the middle of the entry area for children to play in while their parents can sip their lattes? Working with a great team of people put together by the leadership of Puyallup Four Square Church has been an humbling experience. The general contractor BPCI, Austincina (architect) and the incredible volunteers stands as a testimony to the goal of reaching the communities needs.
Formerly Albertson’s in South Hill, Puyallup, Washington
What once was the loading dock would soon be the backstage.
Future stage and Church auditorium
The former pharmacy and health section was converted into classes for preschool kids.
The building first held services Easter weekend in April and the Grand Opening will be Sunday, June 1 at 10:30am. More photos of the grand opening to come!