St. Edward’s parish in Phoenix, AZ, combines the best of local and historical traditions to provide the flourishing parish with an accommodating and meaningful place of worship. The design reflects California Mission style’s terra-cotta roofs, whitewash stucco walls, and limestone appointments, but is also inspired by the 18th- and early-19th-century architect Bertram Goodhue, known for his mastery of Spanish Colonial Revival style. Inside, the Southwestern character continues with broad wooden beams, geometric decorative stenciling, paneled and faceted volumes—all culminating in the majestic, gilded retablo of the Spanish Baroque idiom with matching side shrines. Along with design services, Harrison Design assisted with financial feasibility strategies, such as developing a phasing plan to help the parish meet functional and budgetary milestones without sacrificing the ultimate articulation and decoration of the architecture.