Based in Acworth, Ga., Four Points Church was founded September 14, 2008. They seek to serve their community through their four points: love, devotion, passion, and legacy. At their founding, they rented space out of a school that had a play area. Once they built their own building in 2016, they knew they had to have a playground for their community to enjoy.
“We wanted a playground that would last. Though it was a budget concern, it was a priority for us to have a play space for the community throughout the week and between services,” Stephen Burton, Executive Pastor said.
With their specific needs, Four Points Church decided to go with a recycled playground instead of a steel structure because of its durability, affordability, impact on the environment, and ease of carrying out a supervised community build.
KorKat designed a play area with an impressive recycled structure and swing set. The play structure boasts challenging climbers and overhead ladder, slides, crawl tubes, and play panels.
“What’s great is seeing kids play between services and parents hanging out and talking to each other while their kids play. It’s been great for our church community,” Burton said.
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