Moody Memorial Church

Moody Memorial Church building was planned and built in the early 1930s, during the Great Depression. It is a testimony of the deep commitment of the congregation during dark economic times. The design combined ancient architecture with radically new theater seating, a sloped floor, a horseshoe balcony, seating over 2,000, and Sunday School classrooms for all. Still committed to D.L. Moody’s focus on the gospel, Moody Church has become a banner for Christ in Chicago.

CBC and Moody Church have completed a series of projects together. We have renovated on all levels for classrooms, offices, public fellowship spaces, prepared concept plans for their parking and classroom addition, replaced entry doors and windows, and consulted for video upgrades.