Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Located in downtown Raleigh, this 500-seat sanctuary building stands just 5 blocks north of the State Capitol building. The colonial-style church is the first permanent home for the new congregation, and provides 25,000 square feet of worship, fellowship, and education space. Though it is all new construction, this church building is intended to look as if it has existed in the heart of Raleigh for a hundred years.
The sanctuary features a second-level choir and balcony with a full tracker pipe organ. An intimate 50-seat chapel is located in the second level of the tower, and the steeple spire extends 130 feet above street level. A connector building provides fellowship space while bridging the sanctuary and a 2-story education building. The education building provides space for both children and adults, and frames a courtyard gathering space between the two main buildings. The master plan for the site includes a connected phase-two building that will provide additional education and fellowship space.
Location: Raleigh, NC
SF: 25,000 SF
Completion: September 2015