Sanctuary Renovation Updates

Artwork Sneak Peek

10-28-2022  |  

A close up of the cherubim angels whose intercession helps our prayers ascend to the Father. These will be installed above the Crucifix at the top of the rafter.

A close up photo of the St. Gabriel mural. Note the herald's trumpet as his identifying feature. This will be installed to the upper right of the Crucifix.

A close up photo of the St. Michael mural. Note the spear as his identifying feature. This will be installed to the upper left of the Crucifix.


Sanctuary Theme: the Heavenly Jerusalem

03-13-2022  |  Fr. Chris Axline

My dear parishioners,

How exciting that we’ll be starting renovations on our sanctuary tomorrow, March 14th! I know that this season of construction will include inconveniences for our community, and I thank you for your sacrifices while we beautify our sanctuary for the glory of the Risen Lord and the edification of our parish family. Over the next few months during this project, we will have weekend Masses in the hall (set up as a temporary sanctuary), with overflow seating outside. It’s a good idea to arrive early if you hope for indoor seating, and to bring your own chairs, sun protection, and water bottle if you’re sitting outside. Please be considerate of others in our temporary, pared-down space.


Murals Explanation and Divine Mercy Sunday


Today's video will give a brief explanation of some of the symbolism and figures depicted in our sacred art. Enjoy the explanation!

New Altar Pieces

Completed Sanctuary Art

Construction Photos