The Smallest Church in the World is Located in Oneida, New York
Historic landmarks and churches can be found all over Central New York, but only Oneida can brag about having the most 'unique' one.
When you think of a church, you think of a building holding maybe a hundred or a few hundred people - Everyone gathering for worship, or a wedding, or something like that. But the smallest church in the world can't handle a crowd that big (although rumor has it, a few weddings have actually been held there).
It's called the Cross Island Chapel, and it's in the middle of a pond in Oneida. Like seriously, in the middle of the pond - You have to take a boat to get to it. And the island isn't really an island - It's more like a wooden deck that the church sits on. Either way, it's still a pretty unique sight.
How small is the magnificent wonder?
Apparently, it only seats two people. You read that right - TWO PEOPLE! A sign before you get to the church states everything you need to know about this one-of-a-kind structure:
Our own Matt Hubbell had the chance to visit this amazing building, and see how small it really was (it's a lot different in person). You can read up on all his adventures there, by clicking the link below: