Southridge Church, which began as King of Kings Lutheran Church in 1988, has built a 11,880-square-foot church in the Southridge neighborhood. The new building comes with a new name, Southridge Church.
Meier Architecture and Engineering of Kennewick designed the church as a modern take on classic Lutheran design, which features high ceilings in worship spaces and strong acoustics. The cupola is 40 feet above the sanctuary floor.
The $3.5 million church features a fellowship hall, nave and warming kitchen.
The congregation moved from its former building at South Edison Street and South Fifth in June.
Booth & Sons Construction of Kennewick was the general contractor.
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