The sanctuary expansion project increases the existing seating from 550 to 1,300 and provides a much larger area for the altar sanctuary and Eucharistic Chapel. The brick tower and cross can be seen from afar while driving on Highway 17. The addition includes an enlarged gathering area, sacristies, restrooms, and quiet room. A stained hardwood screen mediates between the worship space and the Eucharistic Chapel. 300 parking spaces were added along with three detention ponds to meet state water quality requirements.
WKWW Architects has provided new designs for Worship as well as renovations, additions, and expansions to existing Worship spaces for over 60 years. These designs include seating for small groups in chapels to seating for large congregations in church sanctuaries. WKWW Architects incorporates the latest technology in Worship designs including the most advanced audio visual systems, theatrical and LED lighting, and television broadcast capabilities.