Neither could agree on the design of the interior, with the result that a wall was built across the middle of the church cutting it into two squares. Each village then completed its side to its own design. The pulpit, meanwhile, was placed against the middle wall and the seating. And to this day it has has a clear line down the middle of its platform and the speaker is expected to have one foot on each side of the line! But the warfare went on. When one village worshipped, the other played loud games on the field outside.
Finally, a new pastor convinced the two villages that they should worship under one roof at the same time. The centre wall came down, but two distinct interior designs remained. One side was white, yellow and red, and the other, pink, yellow and white with white diagrams and circles.