"Maitland: Inneres der Kirche (vergl. 9644)." ("Maitland: [The] interior of the church (cf. 9644)."). The picture shows a lectern covered by a black cloth. Stairs partly covered by a carpet lead up to it. On the right a door and an open window. Three candelabra hang from the ceiling. Behind the lectern a white wall with a black cross patern. Next to it on the right a door. Above the wall a plaque. Written on it with capital letter in Afrikaans: "EBENHAERZER. 200 JARIGE MORAVIESE ZENDNING - JUBELFEEST - HELP VERDER OOK GETROUWE HEER - LOOFT DIE HERE ALLE HEIDENEN - PRYST HER ALLE NATIEN." ("Ebenhaezer. Bicentennial Moravian Mission - jubilee celebration - help further, too, faithful Lord - praise the Lord - all heathen - praise again all nations.") To the left and right of the plaque windows with inscriptions and crosses. Written in Afrikaans on the left window : "Uw woord is ene lamp voor myn voet en een licht voor myn pad." ("Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path."). The inscription on the right window is also in Afrikaans but difficult to read. Written on the card board: "14.2.34. P. Theile."; Cf. photo no. 7025 and no. 9644. -- Photo no. 7025 shows the interior of the church from another perspective. Photo no. 9644 shows the church from the outside. -- The Afrikaans used for the inscriptions is not modern Afrikaans but an older version of the language.