Everyone in the community seemingly pays homage at the New Temple of the 21st Century. It is the one place, in modern society, where all people find common faith and therefore a spirit of unity prevails. Inside the doors of this venerable Temple anyone can find an altar at which to worship.
The old, the young, the healthy and the infirmed…everyone is welcomed and everyone happily enters in with offerings to make in exchange for wonderful blessings, which bring us joy and contentment. Dressed in their best or hardly attired at all, the droves march in – especially on weekends.
Beautiful artwork and lighting titillate the visual palate, and the architecture and background hymns beckon us to give with thankful hearts. All manner of people congregate in the Temple, with their collective problems and issues left outside, they come here to be renewed.
Many are here to simply socialize! But this is not a bad thing. Yes, the Temple is a sort of gathering place and this is deemed quite appropriate for we certainly want our youth (our future) to feel comfortable and at ease in our Holy House of Worship. Just being there will no doubt naturally ignite participation in the services. We want to make sure to perpetuate the great unifying faith of America.
Outside the grand sign can be clearly seen:
The Alderwood Mall
...offered by Dn. James Ferrenberg, a sinner at 7:37 AM [+]