Rubeling & Associates designed the expansion and renovation of the new church after the historic church and rectory were destroyed by a devastating fire. A third of the existing church was restored. The design is based upon a diagonal insertion of the nave of the church between the existing west church front and a similar new entry to the south. A curved plaza unifies the two entries. The new 16,524sf building includes a nave, sanctuary with pews for 816 people, and a connected chapel with seating for 70. The new building exterior was designed to incorporate many features of the masonry that remained of the historic church including stone foundation walls. Features include the restored historic tower, a new second tower over the new entry, a glazed corner stair hall, and large arched windows.