As you might expect, the Church of São Paulo’s interior is unembellished. At the center is a plain white altar accented with a simple image of the Last Supper. There is also a small statue of Paul the Apostle holding the New Testament and a sword which is symbolic of his martyrdom. The first couple rows have leather seats while the rest of the pews are plastic chairs. Simple? Yes. Still a revered house of God for the locals? Absolutely!