Hope Property Survey
Hope is beginning several focused planning steps together to better understand what our space needs will be in a future, reimagined built-environment. Our work together is always about promoting Hope’s mission and ministries.  This is the early, visioning stage in the process.  We are not thinking specifically about carpet, hardwood or tile floors; nor worship seating; nor specific kitchen equipment.  We are focused on mission and how space can be a vehicle to advance ministry; what nimble spaces will allow Hope to meet the unknow needs of the future?

At the recommendation of other ELCA Lutheran churches in the area, we are working with the architecture firm, Corkill, Cush, Reeves Architects (https://ccrarchitects.com/).  They are guiding us in this process.  Hope’s Council has additionally commissioned a team of 11 Hope and Humble Walk leaders to work directly with this hired, professional team.

Thank you for taking time to answer questions relating to Hope and Humble Walk, our current space use, and our future ministry space needs.  Please answer as many or few of the below questions as simply or thoroughly as you wish.
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Looking at Hope and Lutheran Campus Ministry's mission, in what ways does the current space help advance our mission?
What isn't happening on site right now, due to limited space (layout, size, etc), that advances mission?
Picturing the future, what kind of uses of the space do you envision that could help advance our mission?
Within your understanding of Hope’s mission what will be the major factors for a successful outcome in this early, visioning phase of planning?
What internal ministries require a larger space or are projecting growth?
Are there internal, Hope ministry space needs that are currently not being met/available?
Are there community-based ministries and potential, future space needs to consider?
What kinds of storage and support spaces should we consider together?
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