The Oakbrook Community Church development was undertaken in July 2003, completed in June of 2005, and remains the largest, longest, and most expensive project to date awarded to Nazareth Building Services.
The 124,000 sq/ft church complex is perched adjacent to Emerald Lake in Kokomo, Indiana and is home to over 2,000 devoted each week. The unique open-concept design features an enclosed village area in the atrium boasting a café area seating over 100 people. The student center is a separately devoted space designed with a warehouse architectural theme that contains a stage and its own sound and lighting system. The 1,500-seat sanctuary incorporates complete media capabilities with full lighting, sound, and multimedia systems.