The design of the local House of Worship in Tanna, Vanuatu
An interior view of the Temple, which will seat 300 people.
The roof of the Temple will be made of reeds and sugar cane leaves, and the walls will be created using stakes and plaited reeds.
The joyful celebration for the unveiling of the design of the local House of Worship included children, youth, and adults.
Men from the island of Futuna perform a traditional dance
The unveiling of the design of the Temple was celebrated with traditional dance.
The celebration included prayers and song.
The Temple being built in Vanuatu will symbolize the unity of all people and the integral connection of worship of God and service to humanity.
A jubilant celebration in Tanna on 18 June 2017 marked the unveiling of the Temple’s design. The program included readings from different sacred texts, signifying that the Temple is open to all.