ZeroThreeTwo was lucky enough to experience the first mass in the Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod. We were impressed.
It really is like no other church we’ve ever seen. To describe the architecture as modern would be an understatement. Carlos Arnaiz put a lot of thought into what a church looks like in the 21st century.
“There is this ‘field of walls’ almost like trees in a forest. Those trees appear at first almost disorganized maybe chaotic, have a very clear order underneath. To some degree, it’s part of the spiritual notion behind the Church.”
Here’s a few things you might want to know about the Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod.
- Currently holds the image of San Pedro Calungsod.
- Mass schedule will still be determined, but regular masses on Sunday will be celebrated.
- There are 100 walls. All have different height and width.
- Stations of the cross are ready.
- A children’s room is available, allowing quiet while taking care of kids.
- Underneath the church is a multipurpose hall for gatherings.
- They have basement parking.
Below we have images from the Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod. We’re not too fond of the font they used for their signs. It looks almost like chopsticks. But we like the rest of the architecture. What do you guys think of the church?