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*[http://slurl.com/secondlife/Draco/172/178/28 The Hollyhock Institute of Theology]
 
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Orthodox chapel in Second Life
St. Nicholas Avatarian Orthodox Church in Second Life
St. Sava Orthodox Church in Second Life (Loom Weaver 199, 80, 66)
'Orthodox Christians of SL' group in Second Life

A virtual chapel is an Orthodox edifice built in virtual reality.

It appears that the first virtual Orthodox chapel was built in Second Life. In a post on September 3, 2006, Todd Michael ("OrthoCelt") states:

"I have managed to find another Orthodox online, who built a small Eastern Rite chapel. So to mix things up, I build a rather large Western Rite chapel for Raphael on the property he owns (also seen in the photo), with Ancient Faith Radio being piped in for background music."[1]

Other references

External links

Some Eastern Orthodox Churches in Second Life (direct SLurl teleport links)

Second Life and SLurl are trademarks of Linden Research, Inc.

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