This is a photograph of an unidentified North American church, probably taken during the early 1960s. It shows a large brick building with an overhang in front of the door. Long narrow windows with panes of colored glass flank the door and run along the side of the church. A small, darker building with arched (church style) windows is located very close beside it.
A modern style church building with slanted roof lines in both directions from a point aproximately two-thirds over from the left side of the front of the building. At the point where the slanted roof lines begin, a cross is mounted and projects above the roof. One low roofed house is partially seen to the right of the church beyond the fence. This church may have been located in Taiwan. The photo was taken by Frank H. Epp on his Asian tour.
This photograph shows the congregation of the Mfila Parish after the church service. In 1990, Mfila Parish was one of the larger of Kinshasa's 25+ congregations. Mfila has a solid concrete structure and electricity, although 10 yards behind the camera was a deep ravine caused by erosion, which was threatening to swallow the church building.