During WWII (1940–1945), the State Reformed Church of Maasdijk was severely damaged. Maasdijk is part of the town of Naaldwijk, not far from the city of The Hague, in the Dutch province of Zuid-Holland, famous for its market garden produce.
After the war, the church was restored and enlarged by Architect A. Komter. A Christian school has been attached and houses for the minister, the sexton and the head teacher. Halls for manual labor, gymnastics, societies, clubs and rallies have also been built. This was made possible by splitting up the building with a downstairs and an upstairs. (The church itself seats 710.)
It is an impressive building all together. In the drawings you see a view from the street and a more technical view of the southeast facade.