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Central Reform Congregation


The landscape for the Central Reform Congregation was developed to meet the need for reflection, meditation, prayer, outdoor fellowship and an open community place within a dense urban environment.  The landscape creates a series of screening conditions while simultaneously inviting the community and congregation into the choreographed garden spaces.  Elements of the plan include a Memory Walk, the “Coat-Tails” Garden, the Common Ground, the Courtyard Garden, a Children’s Garden, and a series of garden plots that the children can plant and tend to grow fresh produce and flowers to share with the congregation’s neighbors.