During the Master Plan process, the first priority established was expansion space for the Children’s ministry and successful daycare that was already in place. FBC Allen also realized during the planning process that, in the rapid growth of their campus, there was no “front door,” and no real gathering space. The church commissioned a new connecting link between the existing buildings and the planned Children’s Education Building. HH Architects responded with a soaring double volume rotunda space that married the two story lobby of the existing Colonial Revival Sanctuary with the entrance and overlook of the new sustainably designed contemporary Children’s Education Building.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
HH Architects developed a Master Plan of facilities in the classic Romanesque style of architecture, communicating back to the origins of the Catholic Church.