In order to accommodate their growing membership, Living Waters Community Church in Bonita Springs moved to Estero, Florida where it has purchased the Williams Place shopping center. They performed a full remodel of the building interior and decided to invest in quality signage to establish presence on the main artery road U.S. 41.
The new location was designed to have a “minimalistic and modern feel with industrial elements” and a new auditorium with state-of-the-art video system and lighting equipment. The project also includes a 6,500-square-foot lobby and a Starbucks-style cafe.
After renovations, the new church will have seating for up to 1,000. The former church had about 400 seats.
Signs by Crannie designed, fabricated and installed new church signage to match the interior design themes. They started by refurbishing the original monument sign with new flex faces and interior lighting. SBC then added face lit and halo lit channel letters for both the Academy and main church. In addition SBC provided new awnings, halo-lit sconces and blue boxes as accent pieces.
“Over the last few years, Living Waters has grown exponentially and has outgrown the previous building,” a news release put out by the church said. “Living Waters is committed to being a positive and influential church in the Southwest Florida area.”
The church’s preschool, known as the Living Waters Academy, is part of the new church.