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Church Construction ReDefined 2010

04/05/2010

Church Construction ReDefined is a conference that is sponsored by The PCC Network that could change the way your church approaches facility construction. It is an educational conference that explains the “partnering” method of construction.

CCR2010 is sponsored by PCC, The Goff Companies, and PSA Architecture. This process has been used by these companies to construct over $300,000,000 in church facilities without a single project coming in over budget. This process has been around for many years, but only in recent years has the PCC Network brought it to church construction.

If your church qualifies, PCC will pay all expenses, including travel, for 2 people from your staff to attend. To find out if your church qualifies and to learn more details, go to http://www.partnerscc.com and fill out the application.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. 04/07/2010 10:31 am

    I really think this concept yours from Strategic Plan to Marketing your church is exactly what we have been looking for.
    I have not felt good about our process, thus I don’t really feel good about what we are doing. We have been growing by about 25 % annually and I feel that all we are doing is reacting to our growth rather than planning for growth.

    Can you help?

  2. 12/03/2010 12:01 am

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