FORT WAYNE, INDIANA
was relocated from downtown Fort Wayne to a new, undeveloped 4-acre site. The
design team at Elevatus Architecture developed a master plan which called for designing
the site in cruciform with a circular drive showcasing the new sanctuary and
fellowship buildings. The sanctuary is divided into three main parts: the
narthex vestibule, the nave, and the sanctuary itself. To reflect the unity of
all things in God, the dynamic ceiling of the sanctuary features images of the
Saints and icons of the Orthodox Church. An enclosed walkway connects the
sanctuary to the fellowship building, which includes ...
- a large meeting room for meals
and social activities,
- a commercial kitchen,
- a bookstore,
- a conference room, and
- the main office.