For fall senior design studio, we were given the task designing a worship center shared by two communities of faith. This multi-faith program, for Jewish and Christian faiths, brought forth the challenges of designing a space respecting each religion but without identifiable religious iconography. We also needed to design the building in two phases, outlying spaces of future growth. This Worship Center's formal concept revolves around the communities of faith being unified by experiencing God's creation through natural phenomenon, incorporating connections to light, water, and nature. The form of the worship space takes upon twelve alternating bands, symbolizing the twelve tribes of Israel, and representing the unification of the two faith communities. A vacant urban site was chosen in a neighborhood of rich diversity, allowing the center to be accessible to a variety of ages and families. This site provides multiple transit connections, promoting both walkability and reduced automobile dependency, allowing each faith community to serve as active stewards of God's creation.