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Iglesia ni Cristo chapel, Capitol

Iglesia ni Cristo Capitol Locale
Lokal ng Capitol (Tagalog)
Location Barangay Commonwealth, Quezon City
Country Philippines
Denomination Iglesia ni Cristo
Status Locale Congregation and District Office of Quezon City Ecclesiastical District
Functional status active
Architect(s) Iglesia ni Cristo Construction and Engineering Department
Completed July 19, 2014 (2014-07-19)
Capacity 3,012
Metropolis Metro Manila

The Iglesia Ni Cristo Locale of Capitol (Tagalog: Lokal ng Capitol) is a chapel of the Philippine-based Christian sect, the Iglesia ni Cristo. Located along Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City, it was completed on July 19, 2014, and is one of the largest Chapels ever built by the Church, with the Capacity of 3000. Also in the compound, where the District Office of the Ecclesiastical District of Quezon City located.[1]

Built on the 7, 500 square lot Acquired by the Church from National Housing Authority,[2] the chapel was erected Forty-Three years after the establishment of Locale Congregation of Capitol in 1971, Which has also having a former Chapel nearby which seats 200 Worshipers at the Time. It was designed to hold around 3,000 worshipers, accommodating some 1,300 in the main hall plus 200 in Choir Loft and 1,200 in its three-level Balcony. The Compound Features, a Two-Story Multi-Level Parking Building which is the First in INC Church Architecture, and also A Three-Level Balcony which Designed for Accommodating Worshipers.

In July 19, 2014, A Week before the Centennial Celebrations of the Church, The Edifice was Dedicated by Brother Eduardo V. Manalo which was coincided with the Church's Mid-Year Thanksgiving.


  1. ^ Baclaan, Celerino (April 2014). "The Iglesia ni Cristo Architecture: using the science and art for a truly divine purpose". Pasugo God's Message Special Issue: 49. 
  2. ^ "VP Binay OKs MOA For INC To Build Church in QC Housing Project". Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council. February 11, 2012. Retrieved September 11, 2015. 

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  • Iglesia ni Cristo chapel, Capitol at Emporis

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