Youth Ministry Walls
What does space communicate? Walk into a dining room and find a table set with plates, silverware, and napkins, and no one needs to explain to you what is supposed to happen. Replace the tableware with a deck of cards and a bowl of Chex mix and there is an entirely different message communicated using the same space.
The design communicates intention. Intention sets expectation. Expectation is key to achieving purpose.
In the last year, I have been working on making our youth ministry space communicate our purpose and align with our intentions. The pictures show 5 of 19 walls we are in the process of designing.
I am looking for ideas and inspiration. I would love to know what do your walls say and what your space communicates. If you would like to share, link pictures of your space in the comments below. Here are some addition pics in my FLICKR ALBUM
I highly recommend Brian Berry’s blog post Designing Spaces that Matter. He understands the value of intentional space.