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Iglesia ni Cristo Museum (Santa Ana, Manila)

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Iglesia ni Cristo Museum (Santa Ana, Manila)

Iglesia ni Cristo Museum
The Iglesia ni Cristo Museum, 2014
Location Punta, Santa Ana, Manila
Country Philippines
Denomination Iglesia ni Cristo
History
Dedicated 1914
Architecture
Status kapilya (chapel)
before conversion to museum
Functional status museum
Specifications
Number of spires 6
Administration
Metropolis Metro Manila

The Iglesia ni Cristo Museum is a museum in Punta, Santa Ana, Manila. The building of the museum was originally used as a place of worship and is the first local congregation of the Iglesia ni Cristo and is now used as a museum by the church. It is the location where founder Felix Manalo first preached about the Iglesia in 1914.[1][2][3]

References

  1. ^ "The Church of Christ humble beginnings in the Far East under the stewardship of Brother Felix Y. Manalo". Iglesia ni Cristo. Retrieved 28 July 2015. 
  2. ^ "About the Iglesia ni Cristo". Iglesia ni Cristo Media. Retrieved 28 July 2015. 
  3. ^ (Marker). Iglesia ni Cristo Museum in Santa Ana, Manila. 27 July 1964. 

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