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APR 04, 1994

THE LITTLE CHAPEL

You couldn't see it directly from the roadway of US 17 south of Riceboro, GA until you came right to it. The first thing that you saw was a sign saying that this was the smallest chapel in the country. About two hundred feet in the road amongst the trees covered with Spanish moss was the chapel.

The building must have been about the size of a bathroom. It was about eight feet long and six feet wide. There was a small altar, a podium, six small pews that seat twelve thin people, and four small stained glass windows brought over from England. Above the altar were two small plaster angels. To get the lights to stay on in the chapel you had to leave the door open because it had a switch like what you could find on a refrigerator.

The chapel had been built around fifty years ago by a store keeper. She had said that she had a vision from the L-RD telling her that she should build it. After she died, the ground had been deeded over to the L-RD and the chapel put into perpetual care. People come from all over to be married in it and whenever they have services.




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