It’s pretty safe to say that growth is good. It generally means your church is doing it’s job; your ministries are successful, people are being helped and you’re sharing the good news. But does your building help facilitate that growth, or does it work against your success?
If your church is comparing different sites for it’s new building, how do you reasonably evaluate which one is best? Location of course. Vehicle access. Size. Price. Utilities and other site services. And while the shape of your property is not the most important factor in your comparison, it does affect the design and layout of your building.
As your church considers property for its expansion or relocation project it’s important to find out what the land was previously used for, but it’s not always possible to tell simply by looking at the surface.