About the

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Colonial Americans
Would Gather for days at a camp meeting to hear the word of God.
Hard by were tents or booths and pine-knot fire-stands. On foot, on horseback, in carts and wagons the people came together.
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An arbor covered with fresh scented boughs was erected and provided with a primitive pulpit and puncheon seats. Wheat straw covered the aisles and the space about the pulpit.
A safe place to Worship
Protected from the elements

In 20th century America, the Churches are carpeted, Clothes are dry cleaned and the windows are closed tight. One of the first places people with Chemical Sensitivity have to give up is their place of Worship.

We now offer a choice on the internet.
A safe place for Share, Care, Study and Worship for people with MCS

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Safe Arbor Name Coprighted by NC Chemical Injury Network
Last update 04/21/98