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PHOTO GALLERY: The New St. Mary's

Remnants of the the former , like this stone cross, are visible in the gardens around the  church. Photo by Ellie Bogue
The new skyline of the church is something some of the members said took some adjusting too. After the old traditional building it has clean lines and an ultra modern steeple. Photo by Ellie Bogue
Tim Rooney serves up the turkey Thursday morning during the annual St Mary's Thanksgiving dinner in 2011. The 300-400 volunteers serve 750 sit down dinners while the kitchen packs another 750 bagged meals to go.Since building the new church there is a lot more space for the dinner. Photo by Ellie Bogue
People wait in line to pick up their soup during lunch time Wednesday at the St Mary's Soup Kitchen. St Mary's says they have seen a recent dramatic increase in the number of people coming to the soup kitchen. An indoor window and hallway has provided clients of the St Mary's Soup Kitchen with a more friendly environment to pickup their soup, something that never would have been possible in the former building with out a lot of expensive renovations. Photo by Ellie Bogue
Kenneth and Louise Yahne in the former St Mary's Church Sanctuary , they were married there in 1972, today they are still members of St Mary's Church. Photo by Ellie Bogue
The new skyline of the church is something some of the members said took some adjusting too. After the old traditional building it has clean lines and an ultra modern steeple. Photo by Ellie Bogue
The new sanctuary at St Mary's Church. The building only has a few Stain glass windows compared to the former structure. The space is much smaller, seating 250 and the majority of the building is devoted to the Soup Kitchen, gathering hall and administrative offices. Photo by Ellie Bogue
The new St Mary's Catholic Church Soup Kitchen has a lot more room for the church's soup kitchen mission. Photo by Ellie Bogue
The dedication stones representing all three of the St Mary's Catholic Church buildings are on the new structure. Photo by Ellie Bogue
The entry hall at St Mary's Church is large enough to be used as a part of the gathering space and  food line during their annual sit down Thanksgiving dinner, something they never could have done in their o;ld church. Photo by Ellie Bogue
Diane Day dips up soup in preparation for volunteers to load it into serving containers Monday morning at SDt Mary's Soup Kitchen. Soup is made everyday, except for Thanksgiving when a traditional dinner is served. Since moving into their new building the Soup Kitchen has state of the art facilities. Photo by Ellie Bogue
The new sanctuary at St Mary's Church. The building only has a few Stain glass windows compared to the former structure. The space is much smaller, seating 250 and the majority of the building is devoted to the Soup Kitchen, gathering hall and administrative offices. Photo by Ellie Bogue
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