Since 1976, Terry
Byrd Eason has worked as a Liturgical Design Consultant
specializing in places of worship. Having earned a
Bachelor’s degree of Environmental Design in Architecture from
the School of Design at North Carolina State University, Eason
began his specialization with the Rambusch Company of New York
City and then went on to establish his own practice in 1983,
which continues to this day based in Chapel Hill, North
Carolina. The scope of his work ranges from consulting
with congregations and other design professionals on matters of
liturgical design to the actual design and administration of
construction for liturgical furnishings and worship spaces.
Some of his firm’s most notable projects include: St.
Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston, Texas; Restoration and
Renovation of St. Paul’s Cathedral in Buffalo, New York designed
by Richard Upjohn; Holy Apostles Episcopal Church in New York
City; and Restoration of the Christ Church in Raleigh, North
Carolina, a National Landmark Building also designed by Upjohn.
His clients number over one hundred-twenty Protestant, Episcopal
and Roman Catholic congregations located in over twenty-five
states. Eason has lectured extensively on the subject of
religious architecture and has served on a jury for the Annual
Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art, & Architecture Design Awards
presented to religious architectural projects throughout the