Update: Click this to see what you can do with a simple Baptist Church to make it look like a Catholic Church and to make it look appealing in terms of Catholic sensibilities! St. Francis de Sales in Mabbleton, GA, east of Atlanta.
This is St. Michael Roman Catholic Church in Roswell, Georgia. I had an unexpected visit there after visiting today KING RICHARD Liturgical Design and Contracting, a clearing house for all things Catholic from grand Catholic Churches up north that have closed. The sales person there took us to his Church which is an affiliate of the Society of Saint Pius X. But he was quite friendly and very hospitable, quite a post-Vatican II Catholic in that regard. His name is Joseph Copp and acts as the sacristan of his parish of about 100 families.
The altars all come from the Nashville Dominican's convent that they no longer use. These were dismantled and sent to Roswell and put back together. Again, this is a cheap "Butler Metal" building, but very Catholic looking.
I told Joseph jokingly that I would become the new pastor and liturgically update it. Can you imagine taking these altars out of this church and putting up felt and burlap banners and an ironing board altar? But that's what we did and if this were an Ordinary Form parish in this Butler building you can only imagine what it would look like!