Combining mosaics and frescos, sculpted bronze, stone, wood, and glass, the art program recounts God’s saving acts from Genesis to Revelation, drawing on scripture, church tradition, and the local setting of Cape Cod to visually proclaim that all earthly life has heavenly meaning, and in all things, God may be glorified.

A contemporary expression of an ancient fourth-century style of architecture — a heritage shared by all Christians — the church’s shape reflects the Community’s monastic tradition and ecumenical vision. Constructed of Minnesota limestone, the architecture of the church features a long rectangular nave, a rounded apse at the east end, narrow side aisles, a peaked timber roof, and interior columns and arches along the side aisles.

  • Liturgical Art
  • Architecture
  • Mosaic
  • Fresco
  • Stone
  • Bronze
  • Glass