The church was designed by the firm of Cram & Ferguson Architects to reflect our Anglican heritage. The exterior is faced with Texas limestone and inspired by 14th century churches in the Walsingham area of Norfolk, England.
The bells were cast in Normandy, France by the Cornille-Havard Bell Foundry. The beautiful stained glass windows were designed by Willet Studios in Philadelphia. The wooden pulpit, the altar rail and the wooden facade of the Holy House Chapel were carved in Colombia. The handcarved reredos and the tabernacle were handcrafted in Spain by Grande Liturgical Arts.
The former church located adjacent to the present church building was originally designed and built by parishioners in 1992. It has since been remodeled at the time of the construction of the outdoor shrine to meet our growing needs for space. This building, now known has St. Jude Hall, contains a large parish hall with kitchen for hospitality functions and programs, the Shrine Shoppe, as well as a complete suite of offices.