The Church could be divided in the next spaces: including the the Glory fasade with the Baptistery and the Sacrament Chapel, the the Apse, the Domes and the Sacristies, the Transept, the Naves and the choirs and the Presbytery or Altar.
The Church constructive elements: including basically the support structures as the Columns and the Vaults and other elements as the Large windows, the Outside walls and the Roof.
The Church contains obviously some furniture as Pews, a Faldistory, a portable Pulpit, Confessionals, a Tenebrary, a reading Stand, an Easter Candle candelabra and decorative and liturgical elements like symbols and floral motives, mosaic decoration and paintings on the vaults and columns with images of saints and angels.
The Holy Family Church is a temple of basilical type with a shape of Latin cross in which the central axis is occupied for five lateral naves of 4’15 meters wide each one and a central nave of 9.7 meters wide, what does a total of 18 meters.
The total length of the temple, including the nave and the apse is of 30 meters, the height 17.5 meters.
Plint level is fixed at 0.60 meters from the ground level.
The transept is formed by two naves with a total width of 18 meters and a length of 7. This transept has two exits, one to the Nativity fa?ade and the other to the Passion fa?ade. The main nave has the exit to the Glory fa?ade. These fa?ades have the mission to illustrate in a understandable way the mysteries of the birth, passion and resurrection – glory – of Jesus.
The apse is rectangular and in the back, glass mosaics are dedicated to the seven pains and beatitudes of Saint Joseph. The ambulatory is developed around the presbytery.