The Church was founded in 1912, as part of a Hungarian Settlement in Albany, Louisiana. Its parishioners built the church inspired by the Gothic Revival Style, with Pine donated by the local saw mill. The design process started with “Vision Sessions” with stakeholders for a master plan. Once an overarching plan was in place, art, furniture, and engineering consultants were called to collaborate, using the input from the community, and the historical research as the starting point. It was important to these parishioners to preserve the memory and unique culture surrounding this building, so throughout the whole process elements of Hungarian and French heritage were incorporated, restored, and celebrated.