(Ov): H. Bonifatius en Gezellen (J.H. Sluijmer,
1932, the decision was made to found a new parish in
between Haaksbergen and Boekelo. Architect J.H. Sluijmer was
commisioned to design the new church. It's a three-aisled cruciform
pseudo-basilica with a T-shaped ground plan, with a centralizing nave
and transept and an undeep, straight choir. The church
is built in a Traditionalistic style related to that of the
as usual for this architect in this part of his career. Inside, all
parts of the church are covered by brick vaults.
On top of the tower, instead of a spire, is a saddle-roof, a reference
to Friesland, the native province of the parish's first priest.