CHICAGO -- Sunday is always a special day for church-goers. But this Sunday was even more meaningful for members of the Apostolic Faith Church.
The church opened its a new sanctuary in the Bronzeville neighborhood. The church has been a mainstay in the neighborhood for 102 years.
They moved into their new sanctuary Sunday afternoon with the ribbon cutting ceremony.
The $33 million church can hold up to 3,000 people and it will also serve as a community center.
Bishop Horace Smith said it will serve the mind, body and soul.
The old church will be turned into a community center in rec center.