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The ceiling structure culminates in additonal clerestories forming a cross.
A calming pool before the opportunity to worship
Across the pool one can see the liturgical center on the far side of the great worship room.
Within the restricted footprint of the church space has been set aside as a separate Baptistry to mark the importance of the Baptismal rite as entry into Christ's church.
Great worship room
Behind the liturgical center is a small, lush garden in the midst of the city.
Inadomi again uses the symbolism of a figure holding a book as entry into the great worship room.
Communion table with stands supporting the Bible and pulpit to emphasize the proclamation of the word.
Ancillary multi-purpose room with tables set for dining. The architect, Mr. Inadomi had graciously provided a lavish luncheon for the members of the IFRAA seminar.
Close up of the Baptismal pool showing the three steps down into the water, representing the three days Christ was in the tomb prior to resurrection to newness of life
At the street corner of the pool is the entry to the church, where Inadomi again uses the form of a fish for door pulls.