Countryside Community Church

Countryside Community Church

A Space that Reflects a Mission of Unity

After extensive conversations with congregants and staff, APMA created construction documents and designed the interior spaces of this unique church, part of the Tri-Faith Initiative, a project that unites a synagogue, church, mosque, and interfaith center on one 38-acre campus. The client’s aspiration to be one of the “greenest churches in the country” impacted several design decisions, including use of natural materials, high performing building systems, enhanced envelope insulation, plenty of opportunities for natural light, and a solar-ready infrastructure.

Project

Location
Omaha, Nebraska

Size
65,000 SF

Scope of Work
New Construction

Date of Completion 
2019

Honors + Awards
2019 AIA Central States – Honor Award, Interiors

2019 AIA Nebraska – Architectural Honor Award

2019 Build Nebraska Award – $10-$20 Million Category, Honorable Mention

2019 A|N Best of Design Award – Interior/Institutional, Editor’s Pick

Countryside Community Church
Countryside Community Church
Countryside Community Church
Countryside Community Church
Countryside Community Church
Countryside Community Church
Countryside Community Church
Countryside Community Church

Photography by: Corey Gaffer

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