The Christian Resources Exhibition 2021
We’re sorry that we were unable to meet you in person at last year’s Christian Resources Exhibition, but we’re happy to announce that we will be there in person this year. JBKS will once more have our own stall at CRE to inform and advise on our work with church architecture and building planning. We can’t wait to see you and get back to some normality. If you’re planning on attending CRE, we’d love to see you and chat about how we can meet the individual needs of your church.
At JBKS we have a vision, to renew, refresh, rebrand and revitalized the churches we work with. We don’t just offer quality design, we work hard to make churches more efficient, and help you to achieve your goals. We’re here to take away the obstacles and make your vision work for the church, bringing buildings back to life for the community.
At JBKS, we’re not just architects, we’re church architects. We take pride in the faith-driven team we have in place. Collaboration is key to achieving growth, so it’s important to us that our mission aligns with yours from day one. We don’t just have an understanding of faith, but we have a depth of faith that leads through the projects we support. We’ll look after your church, as if it was our own.
At JBKS, we’re proud of our award-winning design and the reputation we have within the industry. We’re here to move forward with innovation, repurpose old projects and bring new perspectives to church design. We work with a broad spectrum of churches, from listed buildings to new-builds and renovated commercial properties, helping you to grow with your community.
A few of our recent projects
From our team to yours
The last year and a half has been a challenging time for everyone whilst we had to adjust to a different way of living. During this period, the degree of care and concern amongst communities has increased along with an increase in the level of prayer for others. Despite the negatives and the difficulties faced during this unprecedented situation, there are still positives we can draw from this as we move forwards into a new era for churches and Christianity.