Minn. Church, smaller than a Twister mat, big on meaning

A preacher and two congregants would be a full house in the church near here built by retired construction worker Bruce Larson.

The 6-foot-square exterior of the little white chapel translates into 4,032.25 square inches of interior floor space. That’s 767.75 square inches less than a queen-size bed, 1,272.13 less than the bed of a 2010 Chevy Silverado 1500 pickup, and almost 350 square inches bigger than a Twister game mat.

The structure in Sundet Cemetery about four miles northwest of Nielsville could be the smallest functional church in the world.

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