A 135,000 sq. ft. master plan was completed for a church and day school on rolling farmland in southeast Fond du Lac. Anchored by a 1,250-seat worship space and a daylit gathering space, the first completed phase of the master plan is a 68,000 sq. ft. campus showcasing an architecture with open colonnades, a prominent bell tower and welcoming entrances. The light-filled worship space is composed of striking forms and natural materials evoking the limestone ridge for which Fond du Lac is known. Six wood arches span the length of the church, a symbol of the six parishes that have come together to form Holy Family Catholic Community. Together with a fellowship hall, meeting space and parish offices, the entire church campus is cradled around a courtyard with prayer garden and day chapel offering views to the east.