#780 has one inhabited planet, an Earth, in 1032, and already diverging from the standard timeline. Historians are fascinated; that's the earliest an Earth has gone notably off-track, not counting the ones still roamed by dinosaurs or the one ruled by cephalopods. The administrator responsible for this planet gets a stack of seventy thousand applications to do field work on the new Earth. She asks for an increase in personnel.
Her team approves sixty-four thousand of those, puts in a request for Cam to terraform the local Mars, and publishes bus routes from Mars to Earth and across Earth's politically unusual surface. A week after #780 rose to the top of the priority queue, they visit it.
A group of six humans walks into a temple in a small town in Sweden. Similar groups of six humans are walking into temples elsewhere. Three of them are men and three of them are women; they are of six different races; they are dressed conservatively by the local norms, and their clothing is unreasonably well-made and well-dyed.
This religion isn't known to any of them; its prominence is one of the main divergences between this timeline and the standard ones. They stop uncertainly once they enter, and bow.