First Presbyterian Church

Macon, Georgia


22,000 square feet

$2,475,000 construction cost


Programming, Architectural Design, Landscape Design, Interior Design, Construction Administration





The original First Presbyterian Church building was built in 1827 with the main church area built over classrooms on the ground floor. 


Our task was to renovate the chancel area, stabilize the existing exposed timber scissor trusses, reconfigure the entire ground floor, and change the heating / cooling system.


The new family life center, built as the first phase of the master plan, includes a fellowship hall which seats 450 at banquet tables, a kitchen, and stage areas.


This new facility also includes classrooms for adults and children.