When the sanctuary was built in 2000, a baptismal font was a part of the original design. Over the years of use, that feature no longer functioned as intended and it needed to be replaced.
That opportunity allowed the Church to remodel and update the whole sanctuary entry sequence and create a more visually interesting focal point area, adding in sacred and symbolic elements that engaged the parishioners and better served their needs today.
HTK Architects was engaged to assist in the remodeling efforts of the sanctuary.
Artist Matthew Dehaemers created the design of the font and fabricated the wood support elements.
Overall, the construction effort took about 3 months. Other components were executed by TrendStone provided the countertops & Desco Coatings installed the stunning terrazzo flooring system.