Proposed Green Church

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INTRODUCTION “I will tell of your name to my brothers; in the midst of the congregation I will sing your praise.” Hebrews 2:11-12 A church is a place where we go every Sunday to praise and listen to the word of God. It is a home for every Christian family to worship, to serve and to fellowship. People come altogether and spend time at God’s Holy place. We come to make Him exalted in every shout of praises we are offering. God is delighted by His son’s adoration to Him, and we, His people want to be with Him always. In the old testament of the Bible, the Israelites have the Ark of Covenant. The Ark of Covenant…show more content…
As Gropius Walter says “A modern harmonic and lively architecture is the visible sign of authentic democracy”. Modern architecture shows democracy in any form of design and architectural designs, some often equally defying such classification. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK Historically churches started from the Ark of the Covenant that was developed into a bigger temple and there came synagogues that were used as place for Jesus to worship and study God. After the generation times of synagogues, disciples went of Israel to share the good news of Gospel. The Barbaric tribes in Europe were the first Born-Again Christian in the west. There was a rapid spread of Christianity all over the world because of the colonization from the European countries, such as Spain and England. From the colonization, many churches were built, different doctrines were formed and many people believed. Designs of churches vary in sizes, colours, shapes and styles exterior and interior. The concept of this project is to make a sustainable development by using acceptable and standard resources that will ensure the viability of the next generations. Through this, application, environmental conservation will be given importance. More and more buildings have risen but the effect of this is practically becomes a
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