Titikaveka Church is a Cristian Church located on the most populous island named Raratonga, forming the island country of Cook Islands, whose defense and foreign affairs are the responsibility of New Zealand.
The Titikaveka Church is mostly congregational, however, some historians claim that some elements of Methodist, Anglican and Baptist practice also can be detected. Located in a small coastal community subsisting largely on agriculture and tourism, on the south side of the island, this is a small getaway worship place for the Christian believers.
The building has a rectangular shape, which is probably built in 1841, made from hand-cut coral blocks, with pitched corrugated iron roof supported by tree trunks. Amazing, alluring!