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A Baton Rouge Episcopal parish, chartered in 1973, is dedicating its first proper church building

A Baton Rouge LA parish that started as a small gathering in a bar in 1972 is going to dedicate its first proper worship space tomorrow, 12 APR 2015, with the assistance of the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana, the Rt Revd Morris K. Thompson Jr. As the congregation grew in numbers, they met in various parish halls until they built their own, on their own property,

But they have met in that parish hall with low ceilings for […]

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