St Mary of the Knobs
One feature of the new church is the high ceiling — 65 feet from floor to ceiling, and the semi-circular position of the pews.
St. Mary of the Knobs is the oldest church in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and was founded in 1823. The church has had four structures and the new church sits less than a mile from where the original log cabin church sat.
There is also a connector building between the church and activities center which houses both the Parrish Hall and Parrish Offices.
Along with the two new buildings, a softball and baseball field have been built on the property along with a football/soccer field with goal posts and a scoreboard. St. Mary of the Knobs Catholic School has students from pre-kindergarten to grade six, but there is hopes of adding a junior high one day. The entire complex, church, school, activities center and athletic fields sit on 92 acres.