The “tiny house movement” encourages adventurous souls to downsize their living spaces and build small, efficient and humble abodes. People move into these tiny houses to save money, reduce their environmental footprint, and to live a simpler life.
But before there were tiny houses, there were tiny churches.
These little sacred spaces are often tucked away in green forests or down old country roads. They may be small, but they’re just enough for the rural communities that built them many decades ago….
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