The revitalization of the Cummer Avenue United Church aims to create a more welcoming, accessible, adaptable, and sustainable worship centre and neighbourhood hub for the surrounding growing community.
DTAH has led the design of the renovation of the 1960s church building, now nearing completion. Museumpros Art Services Inc. were engaged by the Church to restore the original wooden sculptures and reinstate them into the renovated building.
DTAH’s renovation scope includes the provision of a new, accessible main entrance connecting to reconfigured worship spaces and administrative offices, as well as new multi-purpose meeting and gathering spaces within the ground and lower levels of the building. DTAH is also reimagining the landscape surrounding the church to be more open and accessible, and accommodate a range of outdoor activities.