The church building, besides performing functions strictly related to liturgical rites, has a strong impact on the territory: it must be recognisable and its shape must have a symbolic meaning and value. For this reason, the inspiring principle is “the path of the people of Israel towards the Promised Land”, i.e. the path of every Christian who wants to meet God. The large churchyard represents the desert crossed by the people of Israel. The porch of the church in the form of a tent offers them shelter from the snares of sin. The split in the facade of the church recalls the passage through the waters of the Red Sea. The material that covers the church in its entirety is brushed white travertine. This gives an appearance of purity and brilliance and is evocative of the white robe that each of us received on the day of our Baptism.
THE INTERIOR:The liturgical hall has the shape of an amphitheatre with shapes and geometries that give centrality to the presbytery area. This layout is the one that best expresses the communion of the assembly all turned towards the altar. The space and the paths have been designed for the best possible performance of the various religious functions.
Entering the church, immediately on the left we find the baptismal font, the beginning of the journey of faith. Immediately after is the penitential chapel, a place of reconciliation, the second table of salvation. At the end of this path we find the chapel where the Eucharist is kept, the place for the weekday Eucharistic celebration. In the centre, at the end of the hall, we find the presbytery with its fundamental elements: the altar, the ambo and the seat of the celebrant. On the right as we enter the main door, we find a path leading to the chapel where the image of the Virgin Mary is located.