The Church of the Epiphany
Washington, D.C.
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Located two blocks east of the White House, The Church of Epiphany has a rich history beginning in 1842. Additions and renovations during the past 164 years have resulted in an inefficient arrangement of space and outdated building systems. Rogers Krajnak Architects, Inc. was commissioned to create a master plan for this historic church which included a Facilities Analysis of the existing church building, parish house, site, Programming, Design Charrette Workshop with the congregation and development of Master Plan Design Options. In addition to upgrading the infrastructure of the building systems and providing accessibility throughout the facility, the master plan called for the renovation of the narthex, nave and chancel spaces to provide a more open, welcoming worship environment. Renovations in the Parish House included a new elevator, classrooms, meeting rooms and offices as well as improvements to the kitchen and fellowship hall to accommodate the activities and programs of this bustling congregation.