A Religious People
Our host told us there are no atheists in Samoa. We thought it interesting that on Sunday, the main town of Apia was virtually deserted. There were no stores or restaurants open, no one walking on the streets, and no cars on the roads. All were either at worship services or home with family.
In addition to the three recognized religions, there are others, depending on the village where you live. It was interesting to see one very large, elaborate church in every small village, surrounded by very humble fales (homes). There were no stores or business buildings that we could see in the small villages dotting the land where we traveled, so the church was the only large building. Here are some: