As a Tenrikyo follower from Hawaii, I am not sure how each structure around the world where the daily and monthly services are performed looks like. That’s because I don’t even know what every church in Hawaii looks like.
I also wonder what kind of structure comes to mind when people hear the name “Tenrikyo.” I can only imagine most non-followers may be even more confused than me when it comes what the average Tenrikyo church is supposed to look like.
So I just thought that it would be cool to see what would happen if I asked readers to send me a photo of both your church from the outside and a photo of your shrine altar inside. It would be quite amazing if I could get a photo from every country where Tenrikyo has a presence of some kind.
In order to participate, please send me:
- A photo of your church from the outside.
- A photo of the shrine altar(s). Please do not include people in this photo so that viewers can get a clear view of it.
- The name of the city, state/province, and country your church is located.
(You may also give any details about your church structure or shrine altar.)
Submissions will be accepted until December 15th. Submit to email@example.com.
* Please note that once submitted, you are authorizing TR to post the photos and information online. Please be sure to get permission from your church minister and/or appropriate staff before submitting the photos. Contact us immediately, if you do not want the submitted photos be posted.
Your cooperation is needed! If you have a mission center or know of a friend’s church, please let them know about this project and send me their photos!