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žžƵ in the Media: St. Patrick’s Groundbreaking Featured in the Omaha World-Herald

June 13, 2023
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The new $30 million church, designed in partnership with žžƵ, will serve as a local landmark and spiritual respite for parish goers and visitors alike.

On June 4, 2023, St. Patrick’s Parish in Elkhorn, Nebraska officially broke ground on its new church campus. Designed in partnership with žžƵ, the location will allow St. Parick’s to expand its offerings and accommodate the tremendous growth the parish has experienced over the last several years. The parish currently serves approximately 2,900 households, making it the sixth-largest parish in Omaha, according to archdiocese records.

Located on a 12-acre donated site, žžƵ’s design for the campus includes an 88-foot-tall cylindrical bell tower that nods to Irish architecture and wood interiors reminiscent of the existing church. The new church, which is expected to complete in the fall of 2025, will seat 1,400 worshippers (more than double the capacity of the existing space) and include a 600-seat parish hall, a 500-stall parking lot, an office complex for church staff and an outdoor courtyard, garden and plazas for fellowship. Once complete, this campus will serve as a local landmark and spiritual respite for parish goers and visitors alike.

Click to read the full Omaha World-Herald article on the new St. Patrick’s Parish campus in Elkhorn, Nebraska (may require a subscription).

Written by Erin Van Zee, Communications Director