Searching and defining purpose and vision in a faith community is an ongoing process. St. Martin’s worked to capture the current focus and character of their fellowship in the renovation and additions to both their sanctuary and service structures. The church entrance was redesigned and constructed to capture an expansive sense of openness while maintaining a focus on wholeness and depth. The geometrically unique character of the front gazebo beckons to ones inner sense of peace and beauty through the entry narthex and baptismal space. Extensive use of natural fir wood both inside and out, unique concrete design and finishes and use of color, texture and glass combine to create a unique character for a unique congregation.
Featuring stained glass, narthex, baptismal, Marvin doors & windows, custom woodwork, exposed ceilings and contemporary design.
Photography by: Farrell Scott