Liturgical
Environment

From retreat prayer spaces to church sanctuaries to home meditation centers and everything in between, including liturgical season changes at your church and zen meditation spaces at home, we can help make recommendations and/or implement a new environment. We can create and provide spiritual and prayerful spaces for your church, chapel, retreat, religious campus, or even your own home. We can provide several levels of service from virtual consultations and recommendations to full year plans to in-person implantation and environment changes to the space requested.

Greg graduated from the Institute for Leadership in Ministry in 2017. This coursework prepared him with greater knowledge and a background in liturgical practices throughout the year. This is essential in providing recommendations and implementing liturgical environment changes.


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Project Example:
Through the Church Year

Environment plan throughout the liturgical year: Advent, Christmas, winter Ordinary Time, Lent, Triduum, Easter, and summer/fall Ordinary Time.

This budget-friendly design uses simplicity and elegance to set the tone of the various seasons and times throughout the year.

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Project Example:
Two Autumn Retreats

Environment plan for a two retreats (one per year) taking place in autumn a few years ago.

This budget-friendly design converted an empty auditorium and an empty conference room into a multipurpose liturgical worship space and workshop room. Adjacent smaller conference rooms were turned into prayer spaces with a Eucharistic reservation chapel.