Church concept design

Beauty Ever Ancient, Ever New

The new St. Martin of Tours church is designed as a sacred building in line with our 2,000-year-old living Catholic tradition and 127-year Texas history, to accommodate and anticipate the present and future needs of our growing parish.

Groundbreaking is projected to occur in 2020.

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We are extremely grateful to the Catholic Foundation for awarding us a $100,000 grant to help with the steeple addition.

Phase 1

Throughout church history, it is a common practice for a church to be built in phases. Phase 1 will be the main nave of the church, narthex, unfinished choir loft, site infrastructure, and parking. The Phase 1 church will seat approximately 500.

An additional $300,000 will fund a steeple, and a further $300,000 will complete the choir loft.

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Church floor plan

Traditional Design

The Catholic architectural tradition is based on ancient systems of order, proportions, and symbolic language to visibly communicate God’s nature, his design for the universe, and his plan for our salvation. When this tradition is intentionally and authentically drawn from, adapted to a specific context, and built upon, it is expressed in a unique way that finds a home in any culture.

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The Campaign

Phase 1 will cost $5.8 million to build. The capital campaign, together with the money parishioners have already raised and other funding sources, will provide the financing to build our new church.

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$2 million $4 million Phase 1 Steeple Choir Loft Sorry, your browser does not support inline SVG.
Approx. $4,283,365 committed as of 6/30/2020


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