Grace Episcopal Church
A celebrated historic landmark established in 1839, Grace Episcopal Church is the oldest church in Madison. Known for its Gothic-style limestone architecture and distinctive red doors outside, the church features historic details including hand-carved woodwork, brilliant stained glass windows – including a Tiffany window – and cathedral organ. An English style outdoor courtyard garden connects to a contemporary addition.
TKWA was hired to prepare a multi-phase, multi-year master plan that addressed a variety of functional space deficiencies and to provide more inviting spaces with improved way-finding in which to engage the congregation and visitors.
Phase 1 improvements include Lower Level remodeling to the Pantry, Bride’s Room and Nursery, improved ADA accessibility, upgraded accessible restrooms, and improved access to choir rehearsal spaces. Additional Phase 1 priorities include new lighting and air conditioning for the Nave, remodeled Sacristy, and new interior finishes for the ceiling and walls.
Future phases will comprehensively address a variety of other needs, including reconfigured education spaces, improvements to the outdoor Courtyard, improved circulation and way-finding between spaces, and remodeled Guild Hall and Kitchen.