The 10-acre campus houses the Church, Office, MacDonald (the former Rectory), and School Buildings, the Hetrick Hall, Thrift Shoppe, Dowerman Pavilion, and Memorial Garden.
The Church Building, built in 1985, is contemporary and features a high, hand-finished cedar ceiling. A statue of the risen Christ hangs above the altar except during the Lenten season when a crucified Christ is displayed. Made by a member, twelve banners, depicting the life of Christ, and the Church’s seasons and holy days are situated on the north and south walls of the Church.
The Hetrick Hall was the former sanctuary until it was converted in 1985 to its current functionality. It holds 150 people seated and has a large commercial kitchen. The Hall serves as a place for fellowship, meetings, banquets, receptions, and as a cafeteria for the school. The Hall is open to the community to hold events and activities. You may reserve the Hetrick Hall for an event by calling 954.432.8686.
The Church Office building houses the offices of the Clergy, and Administrative Staff, and the Youth and Children’s Ministry. The Office Building also has a reception area and a conference room, used primarily for meetings and Adult Education. To the east of the building is a statue of St. Francis of Assisi.
Formerly the home of the Rector, and named after a beloved Associate Priest, the MacDonald Building serves as a multi-purpose facility for meetings, exercise and Sunday School classes, seminars, events and activities. It also houses the nursery, and a youth room.
The New-to-You Thrift Shoppe is operated by the church’s women’s ministry. People can purchase decorative knick-knacks, clothing, housewares, books, and other items. The Shoppe is open Monday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. To contact the Thrift Shop, please call 954.432.5437.
Located on the west side of the campus, the Jake Dowerman Memorial Pavilion is used for Outdoor Worship Services, picnics, receptions, and other outdoor activities. It is open to the community to hold public or private religious and social events. To schedule the Pavilion, please call 954.432.8686.
The Howard Schwickart’s Memorial Garden consists of the columbarium and garden area in which cremains are interred. The garden offers a place for quiet prayer and meditation.
In 1979, the Church established a day school, called The Holy Sacrament Church Academy, which educated children from K – 5th Grade. The school remained operational until 2008, after which the facility is being rented by The Charter Schools of Excellence.