Project Overview

Three separate Catholic parishes working together to become one parish, United in the Spirit, transformed this 59-acre agricultural site into a new parish complex. Thus, the bell tower for this new church has particular architectural and historical significance for All Saints parishioners. The 120-foot bell tower is designed as an everlasting reminder of the efforts of these three Catholic parishes: One bell was removed from each of the existing churches and installed in the bell tower at the new church. The bells were restored and sealed to preserve them for future generations, and a 30-foot steel cross was set to adorn the top of the tower.

  • The new church has a capacity of 860 seats and offers a convenient drive-through carport.
  • Phase I of the master plan building program included a future Social Hall, School and Rectory (completed in 2007).
  • Phase II of the All Saints Parish and School master plan building program included the addition of a social hall, parish offices, kitchen, restrooms, and a gathering space onto the existing church (completed in 2014).

Religious Market Leader

Corey Brumbaugh / Executive Vice President, Business Development, Religious
[email protected]


All Saints Catholic Parish & School


28,000 SF new | 18,255 SF addition


January 2014

Architect / Engineer:

Birschbach & Associates


  • WCMA Excellence In Masonry Design Award


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