On 16 September 2006 two sculptures - "Jesus Christ the Victorious" and "An Angel with the Book of Life" - were unveiled on the King’s Hill. The park contains a whole Biblical series rendered in large wooden sculptures. The sculpture of Jesus Christ has the following inscription - "Jesus Christ the Lord and God has won". The angel sculpture conveys the following - "Blessed are those noted in the Book of Life”.
The wooden sculptures by Ēriks Delpers can be found all around Latvia. The most beautiful ones rendering the national epic "Lāčplēsis" stand on the banks of the Daugava River in Lielvārde Park, whereas a good share of more than 200 wooden carvings has travelled to other parts of the world.
The sculptures were made in Kastire, in the family farmstead of Jānis Stupāns. Besides Ēriks Delpers and Jānis Stupāns the following people deserve acknowledgment: Vija Stupāne, Dzintra Delpere, Pēteris Černis, Rimants Paškevičs, Ģirts Skuja and others who have provided earnest and loving assistance.