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Grace Community Church Selects Architect

Grace Community Church - located in Smithville, Missouri, recently selected the design-build team of Kansas City, Missouri based architect Mantel Teter and Kansas City based contractor Pearce Construction. The church will be adding facilities to provide more space for worship, children, and connection. "It's an honor for our team to serve this church through a process that will create a relevant custom tool for their ministry!" noted David Evans, President of Mantel Teter and Principal for the project.

Harvest Baptist Church Selects Kansas City Architect

Harvest Baptist Church - located in Blue Springs, Missouri, recently selected Kansas City, Missouri based Mantel Teter to lead them through a metrics analysis, discovery and design process to update their campus master plan. The project is currently in schematic design and is the first project that MT has served this church. "Our team is so excited to be serving this church and helping them consider the possibilities at this site.” commented Skyler Phelps, the Project Architect for the project. The church also selected Whiting-Turner Contracting Company to serve as their general contractor.

First Baptist Church Selects Architect

First Baptist Church - located in Kearney, Missouri, recently selected the design-build team of Kansas City, Missouri based architect Mantel Teter and Kansas City based contractor Pearce Construction. The church will be renovating existing space for worship, connection, and other support areas. "Our team is excited to be serving this church and helping them repurpose great existing space to be even more relevant for their ministries.” commented Skyler Phelps, the Project Architect for the project.

Empty Bowls, a Kansas City Benefit for Harvesters

Brian Rathsam and Skyler Phelps of Mantel Teter recently attended Empty Bowls, a Kansas City benefit for Harvesters. Empty Bowls is a worldwide project aimed at feeding hungry people one region at a time. Brian and his daughter helped serve various types of soups from Michael Smith RestaurantNara and B.B.'s Lawnside BarB-Q. The evening was filled with good food, a collection of ceramic bowls from Kansas City artist Leroy Grubbs and an art auction. Skyler even walked away with a few art pieces! 

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Off the Wall

On Saturday, October 15, 2016, Sheffield Place held their annual Off the Wall event at the National Airline History Museum. Skyler Phelps, Off the Wall committee chair and member of the Sheffield Place Board of Directors, and several other Mantel Teter staff gathered together to support the mission of Sheffield Place. That evening a record amount - $204,510 – was raised for the mission of healing and self-sufficiency for homeless children and their families! The generosity from the evening is now providing housing, therapy and case management, and the life skills the Sheffield Place families need to move from despair to hope and from homelessness to self-sufficiency. Below are a few photos from the night. 

Skyler Phelps, David Evans, Brad Athey, Emmalee Schaumburg & Brian Rathsam

Skyler Phelps, David Evans, Brad Athey, Emmalee Schaumburg & Brian Rathsam

Jess Stark, Emmalee Schaumburg, Skyler Phelps, David Evans. Gretchen Evans & Ted Cox

Jess Stark, Emmalee Schaumburg, Skyler Phelps, David Evans. Gretchen Evans & Ted Cox

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