The interior of the Tabernacle is painted by local artists, and reflect the cultural diversity of the city. The balconies and ceilings are distinguished by a tribal pattern of simple lines or rectangles, all dull green and burgundy.
However, each wall bears a distinct mural typified for its bold colors. This dull crimson wall features what resembles a Hindu god, mostly human in appearance but with four arms splayed outward in dance and his leg bent upward in motion. His ankles and wrists are adorned with jewelry, and he balances a lofty headdress and dangling earrings. He is encircled by a thin, serpentine creature outlined in white paint. The wall is to the left of the floor entrance, near the front of the room towards the stage.