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Yes, personally I think it would be AWESOME to have a church turn into a home. I don't know if that's considered sacrilegious, and I don't know what kind of bad vibes I'm letting in doing so. But I kn ow that I LOVE religious art, and I would like to LIVE in it too.
Designed by Wallace K. Harrison, the new sanctuary was dedicated in March 1958. Its shape has been likened to that of a fish- a symbol used in early Christianity. The fish shape is apparent both in the profile and in the floor plan of the structure. Enhancing the unique shape of the church are the outstanding stained glass windows in the sanctuary, containing more than 20,000 pieces of faceted glass and depicting the story of the Crucifixion and of the resurrection; and the 32 foot high cross faced with wood from the Canterbury Cathedral in England, which dominates the Chancel.