【Passage through the Yila Bridge section is now via a temporary road】
The Catholic Church was constructed of stone slabs, with the interior walls also laid out with large stone slabs. The important decorations here were made by artisans who carved designs into the slabs. They were then set up by experts who understood the nature of stone slab architecture. Some of the stone slabs have distinctive carvings, such as one where all the figures look to the left.
The Catholic Church houses a beehive with its bees, which symbolizes unity for the aborigines, as it is similar to the way elders in tribes protect the other members within their care. The bees are well protected and loved by everyone. Because of their symbolic meaning, they hold a special place in the hearts of the members of the church. .
When building the church, there were no machines to carry the stone slabs, and thus the church was made through the cooperative carrying of stone slabs to the location, and putting them together stone by stone. A cement pillar erected through the efforts of all the people has been preserved as a symbol of the cooperative spirit of the village.