Holy Apostles Adoration Chapel provides a peaceful sanctuary for parishioners. The 65-ft hexagonal bell tower compliments the existing facility with the traditional sound of church bells. The hexagonal shape of the actual structure also aids in this while allowing for a stunning 45-ft interior vaulted ceiling. With engraved travertine, stained glass, and finely detailed granite, marble, and onyx floor coverings, this quaint chapel is absolutely breathtaking. Special attention to lighting and acoustics add to the overall experience of the space. The chapel also has columbarium niches incorporated into the exterior. This facility is used for adoration of the Blessed Sacrament 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
By incorporating stained glass windows and other artifacts from the original church, the newly constructed Corpus Christi Catholic Church was able to elegantly blend some of its history into its new facility. The 77-ft high Clarion Bell tower is a striking cornerstone for the main entrance. Once inside, Ariscroft stone walls create an inviting gathering space with a multilevel baptismal fount focal point. The main chapel seats 600 and has a stunning 1x6 stained T&G ceiling. Viewed from the main nave, the day chapel is exenterated with a floor to ceiling curved glass wall that pays homage to the main Alter. The main nave also provides subtle views of the new prayer garden and columbarium niches. Corpus Christi Catholic Church is a beautiful combination of classic features and modern design. It is a place that is both warm and welcoming for all who enter and use the facility.