In a recent Grand Rapids magazine, Church of the Servant was featured in an article by architect Mark F. Miller. Miller writes: “Near the intersection of East Paris Avenue and Burton Street, a colorful center of worship rises from the surrounding suburban fabric. It is not your typical church archetype, but rather a complex relationship of forms and symbolism beautifully composed by talented architects and an aesthetically astute congregation.” A review of COS history follows, and an explanation of Gunnar Birkerts’ design of our original building. The author has praise for the work of Progressive AE, the architectural firm which drew up the plans for our building addition in 2005—that it blends seamlessly with the original building, and has great attention to detail. His closing statement: “This church stands alone, both as a place of worship and as an outstanding example of architectural master work.” Read the entire article and view the accompanying two photos on pages 28-29 of the April 2009 Grand Rapids Magazine. [A copy of the article is posted on the bulletin board near the member mailboxes in the sanctuary.]