The Parish of St. Andrew Kim, established in 1972, originally had its home in the now-demolished church of St. Venantius in Orange NJ. The this thriving and vibrant Korean Catholic parish is located in the former church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
In 1958, the parish complex of church, rectory, elementary school, convent, and parish activities hall received the First Prize in the Fifth Annual Awards Program in Catholic Institutional Design.
Inside, the steeply pitched laminated wood arches, the mosaic and fresco reredos of Christ the King and the clerestory lighting of the sanctuary lend emphasis to the main altar of beautiful marble.
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About The Building
- Arthur Rigoto
Current Status: In use
Year Opened: 1957