I hope this is not in the Philippines. The INC do boast about such "accomplishments". I remember I chanced about a website of one of their temples in the midwest USA. It was a former RC parish, Our Lady of Lourdes I think. But they boasted about the necessity of the Roman Catholic Church to sell their parishes because of dwindling numbers and that they reappropriated the building from a sacrilegious, paganistic faith to the "true" faith. which is their Church that is growing in numbers not only in the Philippines but also outside the Philippines. One of their propaganda of claiming to be the true faith is the presence of at least one temple in every country in the world. You know, make disciples of all nations.
For those that don't know, the INC is a poor Filipino copycat of the LDS. Their Joseph Smith is Erano Manalo, a born and raised Roman Catholic who bounced from one religion to another before claiming to receive a vision while locked in his room for 3 days. He claims to be the ravenous bird proclaimed by Isaiah, that he is the last "sugo" (Filipino for sage) and that he is an incarnated angel, a messenger of God who has come to restore the apostatized Church that disappeared after the death of the last Apostle (they don't say who, I doubt they know which Apostle died last). Like the LDS and all these other Restorationists, they are Arians. Jesus Christ is merely human whom God favored so much that he called him His Son by adoption. Unlike Smith, Manalo never taught divinization and just says that while Jesus is only human, God himself wants us to worship Christ, so it is okay to do so. His religion is fiercly anti-Catholic, but wouldn't hesitate to attack other Christian faiths as well.