Helping churches carry out these examples of assembly and worship is Akers Church Building Services’ passion. Assisting churches leverage facilities to add to ministries and fellowship is our way to help congregations in the business of Kingdom Building.
Thank you for your interest in Akers Church Building Services. You are invited to examine our website to develop an understanding of why we design & build churches, how we can help you and what makes our services useful in fulfilling the Great Commission.
The design of your new facility should be driven by the ministries you plan, not by someone’s “artistic concept” of what the building should look like. You design your building today, but it designs you tomorrow. We are guided and motivated by the understanding that church buildings will be used to inform the world about our Lord. Thus our design recommendations, our materials and systems selections, and our construction methodologies and practices will reflect that vision.
Our approach to performing these services is based on a simple creed, that all we do is to be done for the glory and honor of God. Our professional conduct, communications, and execution of services are continually trained on that one focus. Whether it is the presentation of a design to a congregation or confronting a business challenge, we realize that we are commanded to perform such with the same brotherly love, respect and devotion that He has for us.
In His Service,
Akers and Associates, Architects, Inc.
Stephen T. Akers, President, AIA, NCARB
Wm. Gilbert Tobias, Architect, AIA, NCARB
Dan Vannice, Associate AIA
Akers Construction Services, Inc.
Darren Day, President
The Cuyahoga Valley church was a relatively new congregation--only a few years old -- and was meeting in a local school. Their growth had been significant even without a building of their own, and the church anticipated that the growth would continue if they had the space. Stepping out on faith, they purchased a highly visible new site, at the Broadview Heights exit off I-77.Read more...