We find perseverance in every aspect of the Monument. There is a fraternal atmosphere to it that fosters good values, strengthens the soul, and renews the energy of all the pilgrims who visit the place, whether they are religious or not, so they, too, can persevere and overcome their hardships. This is why the theme of the celebrations of the TGW’s 27th anniversary on October 21 and 22, 2016, was: “Our Testimony of Perseverance in Jesus.” The Ecumenical Christ, the Divine Statesman. is an unparalleled example of Love, Goodness, and Justice and has inspired the TGW’s Ecumenical and Peace proposal. He Himself taught us in His Gospel according to Luke 21:19: “In your perseverance you will save your own Souls.”
The festivities on October 22 included a Solemn Ceremony led by the president-preacher of the Religion of the Third Millennium, who also celebrated his 60 years of work in the Good Will Organizations (celebrated on June 29 this year). The foundation of the TGW is one of the many things that Paiva Netto has achieved in his life and shows his tireless dedication to multiplying Solidarity and Peace.
Persevere in doing Good and renew your energy in the Temple of Good Will! The TGW is open 24 hours a day to the public. The entrance is free to most of its rooms. For foreign visitors, the Temple of Good Will has bilingual receptionists.