First Lutheran Church

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  • Client

    First Lutheran Church

  • Size

    49,513 SF

  • Completed

    2003

  • Location

    Kelowna, BC

  • Delivery Models

    Design/Bid/Build

  • Market

    Institutional

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Story

Maple Reinders performed a complete program of work at the First Lutheran Church of Kelowna, a new 49,500 SF church and school facility on Lakeshore Road in Kelowna, BC.

The facility is built on a former golf course, adjacent to a protected wetlands and bird sanctuary. The church sanctuary seats 650 people and features state-of-the-art audio and video systems. The sanctuary also features a “water wall” beside the baptismal font and etched glassworks.

Congregation members can enjoy a roof-top garden and patio with views of Lake Okanagan and the wetlands. The school accommodates children from Kindergarten through Grade 6; boasting a large gymnasium, spacious classrooms, library and drama facilities.

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