Every Sunday we walk through those (probably red) doors and enter a sacred space. It is familiar...maybe comforting...maybe not...maybe downright uncomfortable and unwelcoming. In twelve thoughtful and provocative essays, the writers ask important questions about the relationship between sacred spaces and the worship that takes place in them: How do our buildings convey a vision of God's kingdom on earth?; How are our places of worship reflecting our beliefs?; In what visible, tangible forms are we proclaiming a faith in the living God?; How are our church buildings helping this church bring the Gospel into a new century?