Once you enter into the worship center, immediately the awesome Ankh arrests your attention. The Ankh, first created by Africans in Egypt, is known as the original cross. It is defined as the symbolic representation of both physical and eternal life. The early Christian Church in Egypt, which eventually became the Coptic Church, adopted the Ankh. Again, new life and eternal life are articulated by this ancient symbol.
Messages in Glass
The stained glass windows above the baptistery are powerful messages. The window on the right tells the story of “THE FAITH THAT THE PAST HAS TAUGHT US.” The window on the left displays “A WAY OUT OF NO WAY.”
On The Word and Under the Cross
A Bible, though unseen, has been placed under the pulpit. Also, the pulpit is directly under the cross located on top of the facility. This reminds us that we are built on the Word of God and we are situated under the cross.