Emmanuel Presbyterian Church in San Jose, California had outgrown its land-locked building of 350 seats. They were doing everything they could to accommodate the expanding congregation: multiple services, overflow rooms, etc. But the increasingly splintered feel created by so much division in time and space of what was actually one community, coupled with a grossly undersized parking lot, spurred the church to search for a new building. At around the same time, the church’s staff members ...

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