St. Thomas the Apostle Church/ Kayla Shrestha

This is the first construction of St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Old Bridge, New Jersey.   The people in the picture all seem to be white, English speaking people.

This is what St. Thomas the Apostle Church looks like today. There are obvious changes that have been made to the physical appearance of the church. Along with the exterior of the church, the diversity within has also emerged to all different ethnicities.

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One response

  1. these churches are two different buildings. The black and white photo was the old St. Thomas on the Old Bridge Turnpike in the Historic Village of Old Bridge. The new St. Thomas is on Rt. 18 South in Old Bridge. The old church has been the site of Nativity of Our Lord Byzantine Catholic Church since 1969.

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