My thesis is an attempt to create the link between our communities and to create religious architecture that will reflect our position on Christianity and our state of dispersion. The architecture will poses the idea of the time and motion to break away from the traditional view of the church, being a massive and permanent object. The objective is to expose and illuminate the religion. By allowing the rituals of the church to dictate the form of the architecture we are reversing the idea of concealing and creating an architecture of exposing. In essence, an architectural illumination.