The new Sanctuary is designed to complement the existing campus and is constructed with similar brick, roof slopes and shapes. The seating for 560 is arranged in a communal style placing each parishioner near the chancel and communion table, as well as enhancing visual contact among worshippers.
The sanctuary interior has a warm ambiance from the exposed wood roof decking, red oak chancel flooring, and stained glass. The chancel and choir areas provide space for a choir of 60, pipe organ, grand piano, and handbells.
The former sanctuary is renovated to become a new Fellowship Hall. The new sanctuary narthex serves as gathering space connecting the new worship and fellowship spaces.
The steeply sloping site provided the opportunity for a lower floor which houses youth educational space, choir practice, and a small chapel.