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  • Katie Will

    Little church in Yosemite National Park that was built in 1879. Click through for more information. What a beautiful church!

  • Marilyn Willers

    Little church in Yosemite National Park - Love this favorite place in the Park!

  • Marilyn Taylor

    country churches photos galleries | Old country church by helga

  • Shelley Humphrey Hendricks

    This is a little church building in Yosemite I've visited before.

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Yes, personally I think it would be AWESOME to have a church turn into a home. I don't know if that's considered sacrilegious, and I don't know what kind of bad vibes I'm letting in doing so. But I kn ow that I LOVE religious art, and I would like to LIVE in it too.