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A view of the entryway, where the baptismal font will be placed.

Thanks to Allan Eckert for this image.


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Architect Adam Hermanson shares these design images of the sacramental furnishings.

Main Altar:

Main Altar 112009

Altar of Repose:



Baptismal Font:

Baptismal Font

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On Friday, 14 March, I had a chance to brief the Holy Trinity School Advisory Committee (SAC) on the what the Renovation Committee has been discussing. The SAC members were interested in the progress and the plan, particularly in how remodeling might affect the Mass times for the students, and how our plan would impact the use of the overflow space as a cafeteria.

I asked for suggestions, and the SAC members happily shared their good ideas. Their list of ideas is (hopefully represented correctly) here:

  • Padded seats in the pews
  • Make something marble (in the sanctuary)
  • We need a baptismal font
  • Build out to the west
  • Need more handicapped space in the west parking lot
  • Deal with the acoustic sound in the overflow space
  • Consider adding the same flooring in the overflow that we have in the gym
  • Increase the sound separation between church and overflow
  • Add some security doors so the church can be open during the day
  • Paint the back wall a different color – “we can’t see the Eucharist at the elevation”
  • The cross and triangle design on the ends of the pews is cool and should be retained

Any thoughts on these suggestions?

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