After outgrowing its building, St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church needed a new campus, to include a church building, parish offices, meeting hall, and classrooms. The new church was conceived in a Romanesque idiom, drawing on traditionally local typologies as well as Medieval Europe for design cues. Sited on 13 acres of pristine land, the new facilities are being constructed in two phases. The first phase comprises construction of the stone-clad 16,000-sq.ft. church with seating for 600, including a day chapel and 100-foot tower. The second phase includes an expansion of the church building to seat 900, and an office and parish hall around an interior cloister, bringing the total footprint to 22,000 square feet.

Photographer: Randi Schuette
General Contractor: Nielsen Builders, Inc.