Does your church need a new sanctuary? Do you need classroom space for bible study, Sunday school or choir practice? Or maybe you lack adequate administrative space. There are modular church building plans available to accommodate all of your needs.

Church Building Plans

The ModularChurchBuildings.net website provides resources and information to congregations that want to build economically from scratch or expand a facility it has outgrown. We feature top-rated modular builders and their extensive libraries of modular church plans to help you find an affordable solution.

Most people are aware that modular buildings are extremely popular in a wide range of residential, commercial and industrial settings, both temporary and permanent.  But were you aware that this type of construction is also ideal for churches, synagogues, temples and fellowship halls?

Just like traditional site-built buildings, modular buildings use the same building materials and can be designed in a vast assortment of shapes, sizes and layouts. There are also prefab church building plans available for customers with narrow or corner lots and lots in problem areas, such as hilly areas or in flood zones.

Top modular building manufacturers, such as Modular Genius in Joppa, Maryland, help congregations across the United States take advantage of the amazing savings that modular buildings offer. This particular company also performs general contractor services and can assist you with everything from a custom design to assembly on your site.

Why Choose Modular Construction for your Church?

  1. Cost –Modular construction is approximately 20% lower in cost than conventional construction. One reason is that conventional construction is often affected by poor weather which delays construction schedules and greatly increases labor costs. Also, building materials can be ruined by wind, rain and snow, and the cost of replacement materials adds up fast. A modular manufacturer will build your worship facility inside a factory where weather is not a factor.
  1. Time –Time is also money, and modular construction will allow your congregation to occupy its new facilities in at least 40% less time than if you built it the conventional way. Modules are delivered from the factory in nearly completed condition. They have been pre-engineered so that stairwells, electrical, plumbing, HVAC and other systems are already in place. They are delivered by truck to your site, set in place, connected, and are ready to occupy in a very short time.
  1. Sustainability – To keep costs low, modular buildings are manufactured using less energy and water, and waste is strictly controlled in the factory. They are typically built with recycled steel, which makes them strong, fire-resistant and mold-resistant, as well as sustainably sourced wood. Glass walls can deliver more natural light to reduce your energy bills, and the modules sealed well to keep your heating and cooling costs low.
  1. Innovation – Especially in the case of churches, synagogues and assembly halls, technologies like “clear span” framing systems allow for wide open interior spaces without interior support columns to provide you with open and flexible space.

If there are existing buildings on your site and you’re concerned about how a modular building will look, rest assured that modules are designed to complement surrounding buildings, with exterior finishes such as brick, stucco, siding and other architectural features.

Whether you need a small church building or a large one (over 14,000 square feet), browse the ModularChurchBuildings.net site to find plans and building manufacturers that can deliver the beautiful structure your congregation needs.