Every Sunday we walk through those (probably red) doors and enter a sacred space. It is familiar . . . maybe comforting . . . maybe not . . . maybe downright uncomfortable and unwelcoming. In twelve thoughtful and provocative essays, the writers ask important questions about the relationship between sacred spaces and the worship that takes place in them:-How do our buildings convey a vision of God's kingdom on earth?-How are our places of worship reflecting our beliefs?-In what visible, tangible forms are we proclaiming a faith in the living God?-How are our church buildings helping this church bring the Gospel into a new century?
Searching for Sacred Space
Church Publishing Inc.
Essays on Architecture and Liturgical Design in the Episcopal Church
Mind, Body & Spirit