Setting Up Worship Centers at Home

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Setting Up Worship Centers at Home

The idea of setting up a place to worship at home is not new. Many people devote an area of the home for the purpose of creating sacred space. I found that it really was not that hard to do. My decision was to create a small chapel in the attic. My chapel included a worship center featuring religious art. I added chairs facing the altar, Christian Home decor that helped define the purpose of the space. I even added shelves to house my collection of rare out of print LDS books, Catholic stories, books from other Restoration traditions, and even study guides obtain from various Christian schools. If you like the idea of adding a worship center to the home, let me help. I'll explain how I selected elements, what went into setting up the space, and how I use it every day. Getting started is easier than you think.

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