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.
Mark and Antoinette Massmann of Massmann Studios collaborated with Erik Bootsma and Ald Architects in the design of the building. Meier Architecture and Engineering of Kennewick completed the construction documents. The church was designed 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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