An illustrative rendering of the local House of Worship for Matunda Soy, Kenya, was unveiled today.
An illustrative rendering of the House of Worship is simple yet striking in form, inspired by the huts traditional to Matunda Soy.
The concept design for the entrances into the Temple
The Temple capacity will be about 250 people.
The Baha’i Temple will serve the people of Matunda Soy and from further afield. Its doors will be open to all people, irrespective of race, religion, or tribe.
The plot of land where the House of Worship will be built in Matunda Soy
Ruth Vuyiya—a much loved and revered figure, often referred to as Mama Ruth—unveiled the design at today’s celebration.
The celebration for the unveiling of the Temple design hosted more than 1,000 people.
Architect Neda Samimi speaks with a news anchor about the Temple design.
A joyful celebration marking the unveiling of the local Temple design in Matunda Soy brought together more than 1,000 people of all ages.
At the celebration of the unveiling of the design of the local House of Worship in Matunda Soy
The unveiling of Matunda Soy’s local Baha’i House of Worship was announced throughout the region.
Children, youth, and adults at the celebration for the unveiling of the design of the House of Worship in Matunda Soy
The celebration was infused with song and dance.