In January of 2012, Alive Wesleyan Church broke ground on the first phase of construction, which was completed in April of 2013. The construction encompassed just under 30,000 SF and included two sanctuaries, one with a more traditional flare and one with a very contemporary feel that features state-of-the-art worship technology with environmental video projection, enhanced audio, and stage lighting. The building features a stately brick and stucco exterior with ample windows creating a warm and inviting feeling within the foyer and commons area with vaulted ceilings, lots of natural light, lounge areas, and several amenities. Grounds are complete with fountains, baptismal font, and lots of gathering space. Beautiful landscaping compliments the natural surroundings of Central, South Carolina.
Architect of record: Dan Cook, BGW Founder Emeritus