The interior is unique, with the prospective bride having to navigate her way to the “moment of destiny” lectern made from Manzonia wood. Décor originates from many parts of the world with candlesticks and crosses dating from 1860 and transported home from Napoli, where grandmother Truus Maranta’s ashes lie. These treasures were detected by snooper extrodianare Kinna in the backstreets of Naples. They are from an old church in Rome that was demolished to make way for progress. Icons from are small replicas from Monasteries in Bulgaria, and other items are from Belgrade and Syracuse in Sicily.
The facing wall for the bride and congregation boasts a magnificent interpretation of a Michelangelo Sistine Chapel work where God gives life to Adam. This work is family done by Frankie Pretorius, husband of daughter Sandra having the sense to marry art into the family.The atmosphere inside reminds of the serenity of the Sacre Cour and Notre Dame but on a smaller scale. It provides the prospective couple with true surrounds to fulfil the commitments that will be made at the “altar”. The Church is available for baptisms, services and funerals, and although with European in design is not religion bound.