Here at MWA we are having a busy and blessed year for sure!
If you’re not familiar with us, we’re a group of believers that devotes our lives to ministry design and construction throughout the Mountain West. Whether it’s a Master Plan, New Facility, Feasibility Study, Site Acquisition Studies, or a Facility Makeover- check out MWA! We invite you to visit our project portfolio and we hope our website helps you understand our passion for visionary kingdom building.
If you have questions about future direction for your facilities – we can help. Simply put, you contact us to set up a time and we come by to visit about your vision and share our insight. We call this our Plan > Consult > Launch planning session. These informal, individualized planning meetings for churches and Christian schools have been a hit! We know you’re busy, so we come to you rather than you attending a lengthy seminar where much of it doesn’t apply to your needs. Pictured below is your ticket to visit with MWA. Best of all, your PCL meeting is FREE! The PCL meeting is a great first step in planning for the future.
Probably the single biggest indicator of our passion for ministry design is our customer referrals. We’re blessed to have strong customer satisfaction with all the ministries with which we’ve worked- really! I believe that each of our clients will tell you that MWA goes the extra mile to really understand your needs. We strive to use our experience to solve each unique challenge in a cost effective and creative way. Here’s a partial listing of the churches we’ve partnered with this year:
Agua Viva Ministries – Layton, UT
Calvary Community Church – North Glenn, CO
Canyon Springs Christian Church – Boise, ID
Central Valley Baptist Church – Meridian, ID
Highland United Presbyterian Church – Cheyenne, WY
Lakeside Community Church – Clinton, UT
If you have facility needs and need advice, we’d love to meet with you to provide suggestions on reaching your vision. Just contact us at email@example.com or (801) 388-6052.
Faithfully in Christ,
Mark L. Hilles, AIA
Mountain West Architects