The historic Greensboro First United Methodist Church in downtown Greensboro, Georgia, decided to plan for a second campus to be constructed on Carey Station Road several miles south of their downtown campus location. The downtown church is a stately red brick facility with its Gothic architecture, and it continues to serve as an active campus for the church. By starting the satellite south campus, the church is better equipped to serve the growing communities of Greensboro and Reynolds Plantation. Although the south campus is a newer facility, the church leadership’s desire was to reflect a consistent influence of the Gothic architecture that is found at their main campus. The 43,000 square feet of the South Campus is constructed in a two-story structure that is a modern interpretation that includes many traditional Gothic elements. A large tower anchors the campus and highlights the primary point of entry. Ministry support space is included in the plan to serve the needs of the nearby residents to offer everything that the downtown location provides. The facility includes spaces for worship, fellowship, music, and small group spaces accommodating infants through senior adults.