A community open house is April 12 from 4 to 7 p.m.
Groundbreaking began May 1, shortly after workers tore down the old building and administrative duties were moved to temporary quarters.
Scheduled to speak at the grand opening dedication of the $7.6 million building on May 6 is the Most Rev. J. Peter Sartain, archbishop of Seattle, according to the Rev. Kenneth Haydock of Holy Rosary.
The building is for administration, parish functions, ministries and music programs, as well as to serve community groups and nonprofits. The 21,000 square-foot center will also house the St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank.
The church, at Aloha Street and Seventh Avenue N, serves more than 1,500 families and has 5,000 members.