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Sunday, June 14, 2015


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Very interesting. About a year ago, we stumbled upon a Korean Baptist Church here in Ocala along a back road. I can't imagine there are enough Koreans, much less Korean Baptists to make up a church, but I am obviously wrong!

Re the rock: It is limestone (actually, coquina). Eons ago these rocks were formed of limestone and various seashells, dirt and other earthy materials. It is quarried here and used extensively in building and for decoration.

William Kendall

The same is done here- churches catering to more than one congregation, particularly if a language group is involved.

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