The building site has been cleared and a road to the site has been established. Architectural plans have been created to keep with the natural flow of the land. In an effort to be good stewards, natural materials available on the land, such as stone, wood and plantings, will be used as much as possible. The chapel will be built on a cleared ridge and will be the first phase of the building project.
Four miles of trails have been cleared and are maintained for visitors and supporters to see the beauty of the land and the possibilities for private reflection and prayer in nature and also for recreation such as hiking, camping, mountain biking, four-wheeling and horseback riding.