This is an architect's sketch for the building of 1968-1969. Not really to my taste, but I've seen far worse, from that period. In fact, it's very interesting. The architect had sense. He avoided the common mistake by breaking the monotany of the walls, even in the dome, which had colored glass sections alternating with the concrete. I suspect he had Mesopotamia in mind. The walls of the church seem to have an air of the walls of Babylon about them and the dome is vaguely like a ziggurat.
The parish is closed, which is a loss. Far worse modern designs are still in use.
Photo courtesy of Sean Lyons, of Roamin' Catholics, whose aunt and uncle usually sit right in from of me at Mass, when my health permits me to be there. Small world.