Unlike a traditional Southern Gothic church, the contextual modern design of the new ChristChurch Presbyterian facility will help the structure blend in with its urban neighbors. The design incorporates the existing three-story office building on the site and will feature steel and glass in the construction as well as more traditional church building materials like brick and stone. The exterior will be clad in a large-scale porcelain panel along with the brick, glass and steel. The design expands the existing building on its south side and elevates the roof and windows above a 925-seat sanctuary. The Peachtree Street side of the building will feature a subtle tower with three crosses facing north, south and east. An inviting courtyard will help transition visitors from the busy city streetscape to the more contemplative areas of the building. In addition to the sanctuary, art gallery and coffee shop, the new building will house church offices, classrooms, work areas and meeting space.