Religious places in Australia and Pacific
Any little community on Majuro has at least one church. They often belong to either United Church of Christ, Mormon Church (LDS) and Seventh-Day Adventists. Some of the churches seem a bit out of proportions compared to how big the congregation must be, but churches tend to be that way in general. The graveyards are another interesting aspect of life (and death) on Majuro. They often have a beautiful location with a backdrop of palms and views of the sea.
The Fetu Ao Lima church is built on the site of the previous church, which was bombed into ruins by the Japanese during WWII. The story goes that the locals had seeked shelter in the church during a raid. An American soldier, which was deployed at the American base here, persuaded the locals to leave the church and seek shelter in the dugouts. And just minutes after they had left the church, it was bombed into pieces.