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Congregation Survey Summary & Program Statement KATY first united methodist church August 30, 2009.

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1 Congregation Survey Summary & Program Statement KATY first united methodist church August 30, 2009

2 Congregation Survey Results

3 Participation: 202 completed responses 13% participation

4 General Facility Issues

5 Which Facilities are Needed Now (1 st Choice)?

6 Which are Needed Now (Top 3 Choices)?

7 Which are Needed in 2016 (1 st Choice)?

8 Which are Needed in 2016 (Top 3 Choices)?

9 Site & Property

10 What is Adequate?

11 Best “Asset” Among Facilities? Family Life Center (52) Sanctuary (46) Trees & Landscape (18) Katy Location & History (18)

12 Most Glaring “Deficiency?” Conditions & Appearance (60) Sanctuary & Gathering Space (28) Education Space Qty (23) Parking (18)

13 Any Elements that are “Sacred” and MUST NOT be Disturbed?

14 If “Yes,” Which Elements Are Sacred? Fellowship Hall (51) Trees (23) Sanctuary (16)

15 OK to Demolish Structures?

16 If “Yes,” Which Elements Are OK to Demo? Education Building (75) Anything Necessary (20) Fellowship Hall* (16) Sanctuary (13)

17 Buildings

18 What is Adequate?

19 Objections to Multi-Story?

20 Architectural Character

21 Which Symbol Should Identify Facilities?

22 Exterior Architectural Character? 20% 2% 52% 26%

23 Exterior Material?

24 Maintain Existing Theme or Go with Something New?

25 Worship Space

26 Worship Service Attended

27 How Full is Worship Service Attended?

28 Sanctuary – How Big in 2016 ?

29 How Long OK to Worship in Multi-Purpose?

30 Worship Space Configuration? 48% 38%14%

31 Choir Location? 4% 86% 10%

32 Communion Rail?

33 Prominence of Liturgical Elements

34 Fellowship Spaces

35 Desired Uses of Fellowship Spaces? Highest are “Core” Church Usages Lowest are Sports

36 Food Service Type?

37 Planning Issues

38 Planning Priorities: IMMEDIATE Need Sunday School Needs in Aggregate are Large

39 Planning Priorities: Summary

40 Respondent Information

41 RESPONDENTS: Age

42 RESPONDENTS: At-Home Adults

43 RESPONDENTS: At-Home Children

44 RESPONDENTS: How Long a Member?

45 Reasonable & Achievable Budget?

46 General Issues

47 What are the most important issues NOW? Funds Need to Grow Parking Condition of Buildings

48 What are the most important issues in 2016? Accommodating growth Space limitations Youth programs Funds

49 Overall Conclusions

50 LONG TERM master plan Include all components except: Athletic fields Coffee shop Optimism for future

51 NEAR TERM priorities Parking & drop-off Education space (esp. LPS) Gathering /Welcoming space Nursery

52 NEAR TERM priorities (cont.) Worship space improvements FLC improvements Missions & scouts (will need Administrative)

53 KEY “Others” FLC and Sanctuary are assets Condition & appearance detract Sentiment for Fellowship Hall OK to demo Education bldg

54 KEY “Others” Tradition: Fellowship Hall Worship shape & choir Katy location & trees

55 Worship Space LONG TERM: 1.5-plus x current size Fan-shape seating (slight favorite) Communion rail Choir in traditional location

56 Program Statement Facilities Needs Vision

57 Christian Education - Gr 3 to Adult HAVE 16 classrooms of varying sizes & condition Four of these (in FLC) are actually 8 used as 4 Library in FLC Scattered storage ~12,300 GSF WANT NOW To be determined (must resolve shared space strategy) WANT IN FUTURE 25 classrooms total 10 classrooms of standard size for Gr 3 thru Youth Adult classrooms of varying size Workroom Library ~19,200 GSF (total  = 56%)

58 Christian Education - Little People’s School HAVE 10 classrooms of varying sizes & condition Scattered storage ~5,900 GSF WANT NOW To be determined (must resolve shared space strategy) WANT IN FUTURE 18 classrooms total Kids gym Movement & music space Administrative area and Workroom ~13,400 GSF (total  = 127%)

59 Christian Education - PK3 thru Gr 2 can use Little People’s School

60 Worship Space HAVE 450 seat Sanctuary (including ancillary spaces) Choir practice room ~7,700 GSF WANT NOW Connected Welcome Center / Narthex (see Ministries) Improvements to chancel, choir, balcony WANT IN FUTURE Larger seating capacity in Sanctuary (900?) Up-to-date ancillary facilities ~14,400 GSF (total  = 87%) Issue to resolve: traditional & contemporary services in same space?

61 Ministries Spaces HAVE Existing Narthex ~600 GSF WANT NOW Commodious Welcome Center Narthex enlarged for existing Sanctuary (with Welcome Center) Porte cochere (covered Welcome Center) Nursery (larger & better) ~4,700 GSF (  = x8) Scouts hall for 30 persons (~850 GSF) Garages for Missions and Scouts Canopies for trailer & van WANT IN FUTURE “WANT NOW” will satisfy all envisioned needs

62 Fellowship Spaces HAVE Family Life Center 350 persons max at tables, 480 auditorium style Stage Commercial kitchen Acoustical issues to be remediated Fellowship Hall 100 persons max at tables, 140 auditorium style Stage Kitchen Functional issues due to age of structure HCP accessibility issues ~14,800 GSF

63 Fellowship Spaces (continued) WANT NOW Present facilities are adequate Must address FLC acoustical issues WANT IN FUTURE Space to seat up to 500 at tables Commercial kitchen Space that seats up to ~300 at tables (current FLC) Kitchen (large warming kitchen, at minimum) Two meeting rooms that seat up to ~120 at tables Coffee bar service Storage for tables & chairs ~25,600 GSF (total  = 73%)

64 Youth Space HAVE FLC three rooms on south side Access to FLC gym space ~1,400 GSF WANT NOW Maintain existing space WANT IN FUTURE Maintain existing space

65 Administrative Spaces HAVE Offices for 9 FTE’s Ancillary spaces ~3,200 GSF WANT NOW Offices for 10 FTE’s + volunteer “hotel” space Ancillary spaces More counseling & conference rooms Larger & more functional reception area ~4,800 GSF (  = 50%) WANT IN FUTURE Same as “WANT NOW” plus…. 4 more offices for FTE’s Maintenance office ~700 GSF plus “WANT NOW” (total  = 72%)

66 Other Elements PARKING Each city block ~1.4 acres Presently have 88 “on-site” spaces 42 in “east” lot (includes van & trailer spaces) 22 in “north” lot 22 in angled curbside spaces would lose capacity if striping done per codes & standards Should have 150 minimum for current seating 180 optimal per current standards (1.3 acres) For 900 seats (future), need 300 minimum 360 optimal (2.5 acres)

67 Other Elements STORAGE Increase by 10% ~5,700 GSF

68 SUMMARY LONG TERM: +39ksf NEAR TERM: +10ksf to 17ksf Focus: Parking Education spaces Welcome Center Remedial: FLC & Sanctuary, HVAC

69 Next Steps

70 SCHEDULE FOR COMPLETION Sep 8: Oct 6: Nov 3: Nov 10: Program Statement Approved Master Plan Options Developed & Selected Next Phase Concept & Budget Deliverables

71 Thank You ! PROJECTS WITH SIGNIFICANCE


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