ng to the needs of the poor while combining these ecclesiological concepts is one that helps to redefine the way in which architectural structures and activities are used within the church.
The first model for the church is based on building an institution for the community. The institution of God is the main reflection in which Dulle’s points out, which specifies that the visible structures should reflect the power and the hierarchy of the church. When looking at this from the needs of the poor, it can be seen that the church as an institution can combine with the structure and power that has the ability to take in the poor and assist those in need. The architecture and the way in which the church is perceived through institutional measures should directly reflect being a refuge to the poor and those who are in need of love. Furthermore, the institution of the church should reflect activities and different concepts that assist with the poor under the powers and the organization of the church.
The second viewpoint that is used is the mystical communion that is a part of the church. The concept of mystical communion is one that is based on the building of community, combined with the needs of the spirit. The ability to combine the poor with this is based on the individual and community belief that there is the need to assist the poor. The belief has to further into individual’s believing that the church should be a place for assistance and refuge for the poor, specifically so they can receive assistance and spiritual guidance. If this foundation is built among the community then it will reflect in the way in which individual’s respond in the church.
Another aspect to consider with the different church structure is through the sacrament. This is a sign that shows the concept of God and the church and helps to strengthen the church and what it stands for. In this instance, the concept of the symbol is one that can show the same ideology of power