Belin United Methodist Family Life Center

The 19,000 sq.ft. facility had to have the traditional presence of the existing sanctuary and surrounding architecture, while responding to the church’s growing, and more contemporary needs.

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Cherry Hill Missionary Baptist Church

This Educational Center is the first phase of a multi-phase church property redevelopment. The master plan and shape of the structures were designed within and around a 100 year old grove of historic oak trees.  

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First Presbyterian Church - Phase I

The Family Life Center is Phase I of First Presbyterian’s new campus located off Grissom Parkway at 38th Avenue North, Myrtle Beach.  The facility was designed to accommodate a multitude of immediate needs, as well as to anticipate its future expansion.

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First Presbyterian Church - Phase II

A growing church unified on one campus worshipping together in a generous but intimate space amidst natural beauty … The resounding organ and uplifted voices, the laughter and fellowship in the atrium, the clanging of dishes in the kitchen as church meal is prepared, the peace of quiet library study… we see and hear all of this as we envision working together with you to take the next steps in the life of First Presbyterian Church. 

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Kingstree First Baptist Church

Mozingo + Wallace was asked to design a multipurpose addition, including a large Fellowship Hall, to the Kingstree First Baptist Church. It was to merge seamlessly with the two-storied classroom wing of the existing church, both inside and out.

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Lakeside Baptist Church Renovations

Mozingo + Wallace was asked to provide schematic drawings addressing the needs of an expanding congregation and its general image. The campus had grown without a cohesive master plan, and without a distinct architectural style. Given a restrained budget, the firm a prominent steeple at the front, flanking side aisles for the sanctuary which provide the appearance of cloisters on the exterior, and a port-cochere for the elderly that also enhanced the grounds.

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Ocean View Baptist Church

Mozingo + Wallace was invited to participate in an open competition to evaluate planned additions and renovations to Ocean View Baptist Church, as proposed by the church design consultant, Anderton. Ultimately, M + W concluded that an alternate design would prove to be more beneficial to the concregation.

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Socastee United Methodist Church

The congregation desired a new, more modern sanctuary which would meet its current and future needs.  Since the original church was built in the early 1900’s and much of the older membership had grown up in that church, there was a strong desire for the new facility to complement the style and scale of the old church.

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St. Andrew Family Life Complex

These drawings show two concepts developed for St. Andrew. The first was done directly for the church in 2003, to help it develop a program for expansion. The church decided later in the year to have an open invitation to all architecture firms to present for the commission. The second concept was done by M+W for this competition.

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Trinity Presbyterian Church

Trinity Presbyterian had a 3-fold goal: increase the size of the sanctuary, add a multi-purpose fellowship hall, and add classroom spaces for both Sunday school and after school child care. Future plans called for the design and construction of a new sanctuary with the older expanded sanctuary being converted to a chapel.

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