Marlow United Methodist Church



Multi-purpose space (in transition)


Kitchen area with volunteers


One of the Nursery rooms

A rural river-community historic church with a cramped sanctuary needed a new economical multi-purpose building. This building utilizes a pre-engineered steel frame for clear-span capability, with exterior stucco parapet walls to tie in visually to the existing facilities.  The building houses a fellowship hall that doubles as contemporary worship space, a small commercial kitchen with serving line, classroom space, offices and restrooms.  Constructed in 2007, after much planning and preparation work with the building committee, and partially with volunteer labor.   (A side note: This church is known for its sweet friendly spirit and long term family/community relationships, and particularly for its regular fundraiser fish fry dinners!…)