This church has religous, artistic and natural design. It can make the people comfortbale and calm when they are praying. The east-west oriented building stands centrally on Kuokkala Square, the focal point of Jyväskylä’s Kuokkala district. It is strategic place and easy to get there. The church is roofed and clad in overlapping slate tiles, and wooden and copper details around the entrances supplement the overall visual aspect. From the far it looks so amazing and artistic. The church’s functions are located across three storeys, with the church offices opening directly onto the market square. This church has complete facilities that make the visitors more enjoyable in this building to do religion ceremony. On the main floor, the church hall and parish meeting hall can be combined to create a shared space onto which the floor’s children’s and youth facilities also adjoin. The hall is very wide and representative for all activities. The church is predominantly wooden. The church ceiling is a combined glulam frame and wooden gridshell construction, which visually integrates the separate hall spaces. It will make this church friendly to the nature.