The Holy Family Parish was established by Bishop Raphael M. Fliss in Woodruff, Wisconsin in 2004. As the Parish began to grow, so did the need for a larger spiritual center. The Holy Family Catholic Community called on Plunkett-Raysich Architects to help them design their dream church.
The community had two requests: They wanted the church to reflect the natural beauty of the surrounding area, and for the building to be sustainable. Plunkett-Raysich delivered, with striking forms that mirror the nearby limestone ridge — and a durable Fabral metal roof.
Fabral Thin-Seam Panels in Old Town Gray were chosen to top off the project for their ease of install, integrity, and sustainability. As a snap-together system, it doesn’t require a mechanical seaming tool, and is built to withstand those brutal Midwestern winters. With an ENERGY STAR® approved finish, the panels also reflect heat on the harshest of summer days.
Wrapped around a cluster of pine trees, the 48,000-square-foot church is truly a shrine to nature. One that the growing Holy Family Catholic Community will enjoy for decades to come.