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Sanctuary in the Congregational Church Walpole
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The Congregational Church in Walpole has been providing people safety, sanctuary and a sense of community for hundreds of years.  This from Wikipedia:   "These [Congregationalist] reformers advocated a return to the simplicity and authenticity they believed was described in the New Testament." The simple but elegant architecture of this church reflects that statement nicely.

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