Steel Church Building in Freeport, Illinois
Crossroads Community Church–Freeport Illinois campus was expanding in 1998, and a need for a larger sanctuary to accommodate their growing congregation. The church ultimately chose a Sunward Steel product, and a building kit that would seamlessly attach to the existing structure for an adequate addition. To best accommodate the location, Sunward manufactured a church building from our Rockford facility located in Walterboro, South Carolina. Ultimately we manufactured a building that serves families throughout Northern Illinois with dedication to the community through spiritual guidance and philanthropy. You can take a look at our religious building portfolio here.
Rockford Metropolitan Area & Rockford Steel Buildings
Stone Beige in color, the metal church building features top-quality steel construction, delivering unrivaled strength and durability. Once erect, it stands 80’x110’x16’ in size, and it features a versatile clear-span design free from interior obstructions. Overhead, a rugged Galvalume roof with a 2:12 pitch that protect against corrosion and moisture.
Featured are (3) 3070 openings, each of which houses one of (3) 3070 commercial walk doors, (2) 6070 opening enclosures, and (2) 6070 commercial walk doors systems. Additional customizations include sculpted eave gutters and downspout for adequate water disbursement away from the church and parking lot. We also included several inclusions with regard for local building codes and climate patterns, among them a 90-mph wind load and a 25-psf snow load.
Sanctuaries, Synagogues, Tabernacles & Temples
When making plans for your new church or religious facility, you’re probably considering factors such as economy, comfort and ease-of-expansion. Sunward Steel is a leading, longtime supplier of steel churches and other religious buildings, and we can assist you in the creation of an exceedingly durable, affordable and adaptable metal building that can adhere to your unique specifications.
The design possibilities are also near-endless when it comes to your steel religious building. You can utilize windows, skylights, color choices and other stylistic elements to create a space that conveys the strength and beauty of your congregation. Needs vary broadly from one congregation to the next, and steel buildings are highly customizable and, in most cases, easily adaptable for additional uses. Clear-span designs present great opportunities for large, obstruction-free areas and sanctuaries, and you can customize your house of worship to include additional features such as, sanctuaries, worship rooms, choir rooms, youth centers, recreational rooms, gymnasiums, church offices, fully equipped church kitchens, and event hall spaces.
Fundraising & Building Budgets
Oftentimes it’s the church congregation raising monies for a new church building through fundraising, tithe, and donations. At Sunward we are the leading steel building company for church’s & faith based schools in the country. We understand budgeting, the pastoral guidance, dedication & congressional commitment that goes into such a purchase.
If you are working with an updated & impacted 2020 building budget, give us a call & we will work with you to get you a building. We manufacture our all of our buildings in house and we supply you a building you can afford, call us, let’s talk numbers, and let’s get you a building! We have specially priced buildings and brand new heavily discounted buildings that are amazing deals. We would love to discuss your project, you can call us directly at 303.464.9137 or you can click here to contact us for a free quote.
Freeport is the county seat and largest city of Stephenson County, Illinois and is known as “Pretzel City, USA”, due to a popular local German bakery known for its pretzels in the 1850s. Freeport High School’s mascot is the Pretzel to honor this unique heritage.
Located approximately 20 miles south of the Wisconsin state line, and at the center of a large agricultural area, located about 114 miles northwest of Chicago, and 25 miles west of Rockford. U.S. Route 20 is the highway that skirts the community’s northern edge. At Rockford, it links with Interstates 90 and 39, giving Freeport residents access to the entire Interstate system. I-90 is the major route between Boston and Seattle. I-39 extends from Rockford to Bloomington, where it links with I-74 and I-55. From Freeport, U.S. 20 continues west to Galena, and the metropolitan area of Dubuque, Iowa.