Saint Josaphat

Historic Renovation

Saint Josaphat Parish’s renovation of their 1900s Romanesque Church was the second phase of a Master Plan for revitalization. The renovation was completed in 2002 in time for the celebration of the Parish’s centennial year and includes a larger space for gathering after worship, improved circulation, accessibility modifications, restoration of finishes, enhanced lighting, and revised liturgical arrangements.

Extensive analysis and a liturgical consultant was involved in giving this church’s main space a complete renovation and facelift, while preserving the valued historic elements, and adding improved daily functions for ongoing activities in the life of Saint Josaphat Parish.