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The Little Church of Miracles

The Little Chapel

By Scott Bourgoin

Greetings, we enjoyed reviewing the Tiny House Blog and would like to share with you are Mini Mobile Chapel and Museum complete with antiquities from churches torn down from around the world.

We use the chapel for weddings, renaissance faires, historical reinactments, etc. The chapel was built as a labor of love in appreciation for a miracle received by the builders and the little chapel continues to bring good fortune to us as well. We hope you enjoy it.

Scott and Dee
The Little Church of Miracles
Boise, Idaho


playing the chello in the chapel

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Peyote Short - July 11, 2012 Reply

Turn off the amp. Space that size, you can play unplugged.

Doug Cary - July 11, 2012 Reply

I love it! Who says you need to have a church that holds thousands? How many can you seat at a time?

JCinCT - July 11, 2012 Reply

I really love the finish and look of the Little Church of Miracles….lovingly done; and great idea for a church that can move from place to place as needs apply. Thanks for bringing t to our attention.

TomLeeM - July 11, 2012 Reply

That is one nice little chapel.

Joe3 - July 12, 2012 Reply

Cool … It reminds me of a small church – holding maybe 20 or 30 – a friend stopped to show me in AZ on the way back from a Grand Canyon visit … I’d post that photo if I could find it.

pat from CT - July 12, 2012 Reply

What a great place for private prayer or personal devotions. I’d love to build one in my back yard.

Doug Nelson - July 12, 2012 Reply

Who needs one of those big Mega churches that seat 20,000 people? I prefer a little cozy one like this. Love the design, and the front door is awesome! Thanks so sharing!

meredith - July 14, 2012 Reply

This is such a great thing to have as a spiritual retreat anywhere. Rural Urban or even in ones backyard. But the devotion that was obviously called upon to create this chapel is what really makes it spiritual. Thank you so much for sharing.

maestra730 - July 14, 2012 Reply

Wonderful! A blessing for all.

Rmagley - July 14, 2012 Reply

I want to go to that church. Real wood. Real intimacy.

JenBean - August 17, 2012 Reply

What was the miracle? I’m curious

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