The numerous foreign communities that make London the European Melting Pot have created thousands of small underground churches of various cults. Kingdom of God explores a religious community, mostly of African origin, which gathers at an industrial building in the center of Hackney, East London. Unlike the more conservative and Orthodox Christian communities, based on the acceptance of suffering and difficulties seen as a divine plan, the philosophy of the the Kingdom of God Ministries International UK leads the faithful to actively try to change their lives. The military iconography, visible throughout the church, is imaginatively mixed as only African culture makes possible. The functions last up to 8 hours and take place mainly at night. The pastor of the community, the general and apostle of God Ben Kaya moves the faithful in prayers more and more unbridled, culminating with some believers falling into a trance.