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  1. shirley bond
    March 17, 2013 @ 3:16 pm

    very interesting..thanks….


  2. Mike C
    March 17, 2013 @ 4:41 pm

    Good story.
    If I’m looking at it right, there are 2 wood stoves?
    Looks like there’s one in each rear corner and the stove pipe from each, runs around that side and then goes to the central chimney near the altar.
    Seems like in the winter, someone would have to start fires a day ahead of a service to get enough heat in the church.
    And we feel chilly now with our automatic heaters.
    Thanks again guys.

  3. Mom
    March 17, 2013 @ 7:47 pm

    Its amazing that something decorated as simply as this is, compared to places so ornate with their Tiffany windows etc, can still be so beautiful. I love the stone front. Just think of the work that went into that! wow

  4. Rev. Eleanor Celentani
    March 18, 2013 @ 12:01 am

    Very interesting facts about the number of cobblestone buildings in this area, compared to the rest of North America! and it’s thought-provoking that this came about because of a glacier – how Nature has shaped our history and artifacts. Thank you.

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