Our contemporary mission style church building and community center were completed in 1984 and officially dedicated on August 19, 1984. At that time, Christ the Redeemer was a small 'country' parish of about 1,000 families. The original church has been renovated to a smaller Day Chapel with storage rooms and class rooms.
Fr. George's parents donated the altar for the church. It is made of different types of wood, one of them being cypress, in recognition of the area. The Stations of the Cross are also carved from cypress. The partial circles around each station become completed circles on the 12th, 13th, and 14th stations to symbolize that Jesus Christ thorough his death, burial, and resurrection completed our redemption.
The large stained glass windows depicted village scenes from the time of Christ. In the day chapel, now the Adoration Chapel, the four seasons are depicted in the stained glass. The circular window above the chapel doorway [now the oratory] symbolizes the Trinity - the circle represents the father's love, the cross, the redeeming love of the Son, and the flame, the active love of the Spirit.