Our tour guide described the various native artworks that made up the altar and pictures on the surrounding the walls representing the stations of the cross. On each of the four pillars holding up the ceiling was hung a different coloured dream-catcher, with each colour representing different races (Red=native, Yellow=Asian, Black=Africans, White=White Man). The guide's own grandmother weaved the dream-catchers. Each individual weaving tells a different tale, although he did not know himself how to read them.
The Indian influence on the Catholic religion was apparent in the art work. There were the typical renderings of Jesus on the cross, but in these versions, the Jesus figure is dressed in native robes. On the floor stood statues of religious saints next to ones of an eagle and tortoise.