Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Photo by SSC Davao

A 50,000-seater indoor cathedral will soon rise in Davao City inside  Pastor Apollo Quiboloy’s Kingdom of Jesus Christ, the Name Above Every Name 23-hectare compound along the Philippine-Japan Friendship Highway.  It features state-of-the-art video equipment and up-to-date sound and projection systems which can contain about 6,000 voice choir and a 250- piece orchestra. It is considered to be the largest indoor cathedral in the world.

Photo by JR

Pastor Quiboloy described the ‘King Dome’ as a one-of-a kind building in terms of structure. He portrayed the building having diamond shape glasses for walls, half-filled led screen for ceilings to be used for special effects, big mounted flat screens, 32 working escalators and a modernized altar with hydraulic entrance elevator for the speaker. 

The building will occupy about five (5) hectares of the 18-hectare land inside the KJC Compound, and two (2) more hectares for a special designed plaza with the ‘Wall of Recognition’ for those who will be part of its making, computer-generated dancing fountain and two (2) modern car park buildings. 

Targeted to be finished by the year 2015, laser lights of different colours from the roof of the cathedral shall be gazing up the night sky that will reach as far as Davao del Norte to send a signal that the King Dome is ON.

Photo credit to SSC Davao & JR
Information credit to http://jmc.edu.ph




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