Time Caspules

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  1. Salty

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    Does your church have a time capsule buried?

    How many, for how long?


    If not, would you suggest to your church to do so?

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    No we do not. It might be interesting to do one sometime, for the kids.
     
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    Not mine, but it would be a good idea. I have thought of making one with Christian literature inside to evangelize the recipients of the future.
     
  4. Salty

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    New Years Eve would be a great time to bury one

    Acutally you should bury 4

    1- 25 years
    2- 50 years
    3- 75 years
    4 -100 years
     
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    To the best of my knowledge, no.

    My ancestral church (for lack of a better term), an old Swedish Lutheran (most Swedes are Lutheran) congregation has a cornerstone in the building, the contents of which I'd like to see. The latest building was built around the turn of the (20th) century, with many from my family involved in its construction.
     

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