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Little Church of Miracles Tiny House on Wheels

This is a one of a kind Little Church of Miracles tiny house on wheels that was built in the Spring of 2010.

It weighs about 5,600 lbs and is built on a flat bed trailer so it’s completely mobile. It’s 16′ long by 8’6″ wide.

The exterior wood siding and roof are made of cedar. The interior is built using redwoods and the panels and trim are pine.

It’s fully insulated and the tiny chapel inside seats six people, has standing room for an additional six, and even has room for a pastor, bride and groom. So it’s great for weddings, baptisms, or sermons.

Little Church of Miracles Tiny House on Wheels


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Images © IdahoFilmMaker/YouTube

VIDEO: Little Church of Miracles (Tiny Chapel on Wheels)

This Chapel on wheels is available for sale right now. It’s located in Boise, Idaho. If you’re interested, please contact deebridgers AT yahoo DOT com. Thank you.

Our big thanks to Scott & Dee Bourgoin for sharing this inspiring tiny house with us!

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  • Avatar debrakadabra

    Just beautifully built. A bit too dark and heavy inside – depressing, oppressing (my opinion). Painted white walls inside with the exception of the ceiling, widow & door trim/alter and seating would be more lightening! Wishing you all THE VERY BEST with it. Lovely.

  • Avatar Cahow

    This article brought SO many tears to my eyes! ~sniff-sniff~ God Bless all those involved in bringing comfort to those that need it. This reminds me of plant nursery that I worked at years and years ago, now long gone. A couple owned it and when the man died, his wife had built on the nursery grounds a tiny little chapel very similar to this that seated 10. It was an absolute favourite place of everyone at the nursery and also the customers! No one abused it (meaning sex, drugs, or whatnot); people just went inside for some quiet time to talk to _____ and reflect.

    This posting brought back a lot of fond memories for me. Thank you, Alex. This was quite unique and charming. <3

  • Avatar Captain Lucian Chiroptera

    I love this tiny church, I can think of about four places here in Oregon that would love to give this church a new home!

  • Avatar Karen R

    Very special!

  • Avatar Denise

    Thumbs up!

  • Avatar Glema

    Great for those planning a TH Village don’t you think?

    • Avatar Lisa E.

      Never thought of that, but you’re right. It would be awesome for a TH Village.

  • Avatar morbious

    A beautiful work of love. Hope it finds a good home.

  • Avatar Lisa E.

    I’m not really down with churches and chapels but this is truly awesome! I hope someone purchases it and puts it to good use. Very attractive.

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