Iglesia ni Cristo chapel, Makati
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|Iglesia ni Cristo Makati Locale|
Lokal ng Makati (Filipino)
|Location||Bautista cor. Arellano Avenue, Palanan, Makati, Metro Manila|
|Denomination||Iglesia ni Cristo|
|Dedicated||August 17, 1977; Redicated: 2011|
|Architect(s)||Carlos A. Santos-Viola|
|Completed||August 17, 1977|
|Number of spires||6|
The Iglesia Ni Cristo Locale of Makati (Filipino: Lokal ng Makati), formerly Locale of Bautista is a chapel of the Philippine-based Christian religion, the Iglesia ni Cristo. Located at Barangay Palanan, Makati, Metro Manila, it was completed on 1977 to become a separate congregation from Paco Locale in Paco, Manila and nearby Proprietarios congregation in Pasay City. It was designed by architect, Carlos A. Santos-Viola with seating capacity of 1000.
After a destructive fire that hit the chapel and its compound in 2011, the Church Administration decided to remodel and renovate the burned chapel, also it is one of the first chapels of the Church, that is renovated to the modern standards of INC Construction and Engineering Department. The Chapel was rededicated 10 months after the fire, the seating capacity also expanded by 200 worshipers, in addition to original 800 seating capacity. It was dedicated by Brother Israel U. Flores, who was then the District Supervising Minister of Metro Manila South.